Lewisville Water Utility is a municipally owned water utility that supplies the town of Lewisville with its supply of water for residential and commercial use. The water utility did a $1.5 million dollar major update in late 1990’s with the new water filtration plant, a new 2nd well, new water lines, new fire hydrants, and an on ground storage tank going on line in 2000. The town received close to a million dollars in a grant from the Indiana State Revolving Fund to help fund the new construction. The water utility serves approximately 220 customers. The water utility is a member of the Alliance of Indiana Rural Water.
Lewisville Electric Utility is a municipally owned electric utility that supplies the town of Lewisville with its electricity. The utility is a member of Indiana Municipal Power Agency and contracts with them for supplying the electricity. The Indiana Municipal Power Agency was created by a group of municipally-owned electric utilities, enabling them to share power resources and provide electricity more economically to their customers. As a not-for-profit organization owned and governed by its members, IMPA focuses on providing its 52 members with a power supply that is low-cost, reliable and environmentally responsible.
Lewisville Water Utility