The Village's Water Utility is responsible for the maintenance, repair, replacement and operating services for the Village’s Water system. Water is purchased from the Manitowoc Public Utilities through the Central Brown County Water Authority.
The Village ensures that the 76.0 miles of transmission mains, 1218 valves, 3 water towers, and 808 fire hydrants are all functioning properly. The Utility services 3850 residential, 417 commercial, 178 mulitfamily residential, 12 public authority, and 1 industrial customer with an annual consumption of 422 million gallons of water.
Village residents can choose from several utility billing and payment options. Utility billing is handled by the Clerk/Treasurer's office. Here is a breakdown of the costs.
As water utility rates have been rising, water conservation has become not only an environmental focus but also an economic concern. Because of this, the Village would like to present you with the following reference materials that the community may find useful.
8 tips to conserve water and save money
Learn more about watering your lawn
2015 Consumer Confidence Report
The Village of Bellevue is pleased to present to you this year's Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water.
Since May 15, 2007 we have been receiving lake water via the Central Brown County Water Authority. Information on this water source can be found by downloading the following link: MPU 2014 Consumer Confidence Report
Download the Village's 2015 Consumer Confidence Report.
To comply with Village ordinance and DNR requirements, the village is performing in home cross connection inspections. Click the link to learn more about the Village's Cross Connection Program. View the brochure to understand what cross connections are, click the following link: Cross Connection Flyer.