The Water and Wastewater Utility Departments have proposed rate increases. The first increase is proposed to begin with December 2, 2017 billing invocies, and each year thereafter through 2022. Orrville Utilities Water and Wastewater Departments strive to keep costs as low as possible, however, some costs, such as EPA imposed regulations and aging infrastructure, are beyond the Department's control and have significant financial impacts. Cllick to obtain a summary of details iin this fact sheet .Read More >
SCAM ALERT !! –August 24, 2017
Please be advised that the City of Orrville, Utilities Department, has again received reports that customers are receiving fraudulent calls stating that their electric utility bills have not been paid. The caller states that Orrville Utilities has merged with Ohio Edison - THIS IS A FALSE STATEMENT. BE AWARE that normally our utility does NOT make personal calls to customers regarding past due accounts.
It is advised that you tell the caller, "I understand that utility customers are receiving SCAM telephone calls and I am going to hang up and alert my utility company immediately." Then HANG UP the call.
Do not reveal any personal information or provide...Read More >
Orrville is currently jointly planning the development of two separate solar sites in Orrville for a total of up to 3.0 MW of energy available from these two sites combinedRead More >
Orrville Utilities has reached a settlement agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding Clean Air Act issues. Since 1999, the EPA has worked with coal- red power plants across the country to address air quality issues. Orrville Utilities is the latest of about 30 utilities across the nation to come under review as part of the EPA Coal-Fired Power Plant Enforcement Initiative. The EPA began this process in November 1999, when the United States Department of Justice, on behalf of the EPA, charged seven utilities with violation of the New Source Review (NSR) requirements of the Clean Air Act (CAA) The EPA asserted that these utilities had made major modifications to their plants without installing...Read More >