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Recent News and Events

Dear Lake Mills Light & Water Customer:

Beginning in December 2023, Lake Mills Light & Water will begin changing billing dates for most of our customers. The intent of these changes... More

We have been made aware of unsolicited visits from the representative of companies selling home solar systems.  We encourage Lake Mills residents to complete proper research and preform due... More

The City of Lake Mills is implementing an emergency alert system to better communicate with residents and utility customers.

“AlertSense” is a notification system designed to send brief... More

Lake Mills Light & Water (LML&W) recently volunteered to participate in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) statewide investigation into the occurrence of Per- and Poly-... More

Lake Mills Light & Water has been notified that solar vendors are going door-to-door in the City of Lake Mills. It is unlawful for any direct seller, a.k.a. door-to-door salesperson, to engage... More

Sanitary Sewer Overflow Occurrence

City of Lake Mills

On the morning of Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at approximately 10:30 A.M. the City of Lake Mills utilities received a report of... More

Identifying and replacing residential water lines made of lead has been a priority in Lake Mills in the past three years. A recently completed initial inventory of lead service lines in the city... More

Lake Mills Light & Water has earned a Smart Energy Provider (SEP) designation from the American Public Power Association for demonstrating commitment to and proficiency in energy efficiency,... More

Lake Mills Light & Water (LML&W) is in the process of upgrading to an Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI) for the electric, water, and wastewater utilities.

AMI is an integrated... More

Dear resident of S. Main & Mulberry streets,

The purpose of this letter is to make you aware that replacement of the water main and city-owned laterals (service lines) is scheduled to... More

Lake Mills Light & Water (LML&W) has been working to reduce resident’s exposure to lead in drinking water for a couple of years by removing lead service lines, but another approach is... More

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If the sun beats on your uncovered windows all day long, it forces your air conditioner to work way harder than it has to.  Shade south- and west-facing windows with awnings,... More

Lake Mills Light & Water will be flushing hydrants  beginning April 22nd until approximately May 17th. 

The regular flushing of fire hydrants is required by the Wisconsin Department of... More

The City of Lake Mills is in the midst of a significant program to reduce lead in drinking water with the greatest emphasis placed on replacing the lead water service lines (LSLs) leading to... More

We're dealing with another exceptionally cold winter.  This means the water pipes leading to, and inside, your home are at risk of damage from freezing conditions.  Lake Mills Light & Water... More

Lake Mills’ water supply is safe for drinking, bathing, cooking and all uses.

Lake Mills Light & Water put the notice in the newspaper regarding the... More