Little Chute Water & Sewer

The Village of Little Chute is Your Water, Sewer, Storm Water & Sanitation Provider

In the past, the Village of Little Chute contracted with Kaukauna Utilities to bill water, sewer, storm water and garbage utilities. In order to provide a more cost effective billing service for all ratepayers, we brought these services back to Little Chute. Please call Molly at (920) 423-3854 for rate information.

In January of 2016, Little Chute started billing with a postcard type bill.  Ratepayers will continue to receive a utility bill from Kaukauna Utilities for their electric service.

The Department of Public Works, Utility Billing (Finance) and MCO will continue to provide the excellent service that Village taxpayers and ratepayers have come to expect.

2016 Annual Report

The Water, Electric or Joint Utility Annual Report for 2016 is available here

Sanitary Sewer

The Village of Little Chute is committed to maintaining an efficient sanitary sewer system by using proper equipment and well trained employees to provide efficient operation of the sewer system.

This includes:

*Monitoring inflow/infiltration into the sewer system

*Repairing and replacing defective sanitary pipes

*Working to improve the system by cooperating with the Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District, which is responsible for the  waste water treatment

 Sewer Fees    

 
Sanitary Sewer Contacts:

Jeff Elrick -  Director of Public Works 

Marty Jansen -  Operations Manager 

Laura Braatz - Public Works Administrative Assistant      Phone: (920) 423-3865     

Storm Water

The Village of Little Chute is committed to the following:

*Operating a drainage system that provides safe, dependable surface drainage in each neighborhood that can be maintained easily and at a  reasonable cost.

*To have a proactive planning process that will ensure that new development does not have a negative impact on existing neighborhoods.

*To have a flood protection system that will protect the residents of our community.

*To improve the environment by improving the quality of storm water runoff by remaining in compliance with the Northeast Wisconsin Storm    water Consortium and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

What is storm water? 

MS4 Report of 2016 - More than 200 municipalities in Wisconsin that include cities, villages, towns and counties within urbanized areas are required to have Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permits under NR 216, Wis. Adm. Code.

Resources

Storm Water Detention Pond Safety

Storm Water Informational Brochures

Storm Water Rules and Regulations

Active Erosion Control Permits

Storm Water Contacts:

Jeff Elrick - Director of Public Works - (920) 423-3860

Laura Braatz - Public Works Administrative Assistant - (920) 423-3865