The Utilities Business Office is open to the public for customers conducting essential business.
Customers are encouraged to pay their bills online through their bank’s Bill Pay feature or our UniPay service, or to use the provided return envelope to mail a check to our automated processing facility. At this time, we are not accepting cash for Utility Bill Payments.
Due to lack of precipitation, decreasing reservoir storage, increased water demand and reduced stream flow in the Ipswich River the Water Department must impose mandatory water restrictions. Read on...
The Ipswich Water Department will begin construction to replace the 125 year old water main in High Street with limited work on side streets intersecting with High Street on December 12, 2019. Full construction will commence in early spring 2020. Project Notice...
Visit the Ipswich Electric Light Department page to learn about electric generation and distribution in Ipswich. Find information about rates, service requirements, and incentives available for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and electric vehicles.
Visit the Ipswich Wastewater Department page to learn about the sewer collection system and treatment process that handles the wastewater generated by its customers. View information on rates and tips to properly handle fats, oils and grease (FOG).
Visit the Ipswich Water Department page to learn more about the Ipswich water system, created in 1894. Find information about rates, water quality and the 93 mile distribution system.