The Bremen Water Department personnel are on call 24/7. For problems that occur after hours, please call 574-546-3456.
The Water Department would like to remind you that if you need to do any kind of digging on your property remember to “Call Before You Dig, It’s the Law”. Dial “811” or to get more information please visit www.iupps.org.
Nixle: We would like to encourage the community to sign up for “Nixle”. By having “Nixle” you can receive alerts for issues that are happening in our community. To sign up go to www.nixle.com .
Not sure if a water leak is your responsibility or ours? Please feel free to call and we will help solve any questions that we can. If you suspect there is a water leak that is the town’s responsibility please call us and make us aware of the issue. Do not forget, if you have a water leak, it also reflects on your sewage bill. Even a small leak can make a difference in your town bill. Check your faucets & toilets for even the slightest leak and call your plumber if you suspect a problem.
This plant was put online in 1965 has a maximum rated capacity of 2.0 million gallons per day. There are also three 600 gallons per minute ground water wells ranging from 125’-157’ deep.
This plant was put online in 2015 and has a maximum rated capacity of 1.4 million gallons per day. There is also one ground-well rated at 1,000 gallons per minute and has a depth of 182’.
The Town has two elevated water towers The newest tower, which was built in 1990, holds 250,000 gallons of water Our oldest water tower in service was built in 1955 and capable of storing 300,000 Gallons of water. We also have a 1,000,000 gallon ground water reservoir located on the South East side of Town. We have 1,890 domestic water service connections & 236 fire hydrants
Bremen Water Quality Links
IDEM Safe Drinking Water Information Search
IDEM Consumer Confidence Data Search
American Water Works Association
Indiana Rural Water Association
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Consumer Confidence Report 2022
Water Rate Ordinance