Water and Wastewater Departments
The Water and Waste Water Departments maintain the City's water and waste water systems so that a continued supply of drinkable water is furnished to water customers at the most reasonable cost, and the sanitary sewer is handled in a safe and cost effective manner.
These departments are responsible for providing maintenance and repairs to the City's sanitary sewer lift station system, sewers, and manholes. We maintain all storm sewer lines and storm inlets to assure adequate run-off, and monitors creeks and ditches to control storm water, weeds, and pollution.
Recently adopted Point of Sale Ordinance
Below are links for the newly adopted Point of Sale Ordinance and also the inspection form. Point of Sale inspections and sewer lateral videos can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please give staff 3-5 business days to process.
Point of Sale Inspection Form
Ordinance 89 Point of Sale Certification
2022 Annual Drinking Water Report
The City of Aurora is pleased to present this year’s Annual Drinking Water Report. This report is designed to inform all consumers about the quality water and services we deliver 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 your water resources.
The staff at the City of Aurora is available to answer any questions you may have concerning this report or any other water related issues. We may be contacted by calling City Hall Monday through Friday at 218-229-2614 to request a call back or for after hours and emergency calls use the numbers listed below.
Wayne Thuringer Public Works Director After Hours Emergency Number (218) 229-2231
Jim Gentilini Water/Wastewater Supervisor After Hours Emergency Number (218) 229-2232
Please see our fees and rates page for information on costs.
Please see our New Utility Service page for information on applying for services or automatic payments.
|East Range Water Board
The East Range Water Board was established on July 21, 2021 and consists of members from both the Town of White and City of Aurora. Their goal is to plan and create a new Water Treatment Facility shared by both the citizens of Aurora and the Town of White.
The Board meets every 3rd Wednesday of the Month at 4:30 PM in the City-Town Government Center.
To visit the East Range Water Board's Webpage, click the link below:
East Range Water Board