Water Utility

The Greenfield Water Utility is responsible for the cleaning, testing, pumping, and distribution of potable water for domestic, commercial, industrial, and fire protection use in the City of Greenfield.

The Water Utility also maintains and repairs the water distribution system, water plants, wells, and elevated storage towers.  It is also responsible for maintaining and reading water meters for billing purposes.

The City of Greenfield Water Utility draws water from an underground aquifer.  Water is pumped from wells to the Water Filtration Plant. After going through the filtration and disinfection process at the plant, the water is then sent into the water distribution system.

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City Employees Recognized

On Friday, September 12th, 2014, in Carmel, IN, Roger Pendlum, Denny Gray, and Steve Bender will receive the John N. Hurty Award for their years of service in the drinking water industry. John Newell Hurty, M.D., known as the 'Original Hoosier Health Officer', was the Indiana State Health Commissioner for 26 years (1896 - 1922) and a pioneer of safe drinking water in Indiana.

Roger Pendlum (40 years)
Denny Gray (40 years)
Steve Bender (35 years)

Congratulations and thank you for your service and dedication to The City Of Greenfield and the drinking water industry.