Drinking Water Infrastructure

The Importance of Drinking Water Infrastructure​

Drinking water infrastructure, much of it invisible to the general public, allows utilities to pump, treat, and deliver high quality water, providing public health and safety, and helping fuel the state’s economy.  The PSC’s regulatory activities help ensure infrastructure projects and utility operations provide appropriate levels of service at reasonable cost.  These infrastructure activities include approval of construction projects and utility organizational transactions, as well as oversight of utility compliance with statutes, codes, and tariffs related to infrastructure and municipal authority.

Water Infrastructure Data

Wisconsin utility annual reports contain financial and operating information pertaining to utility infrastructure.  To download and run queries of this data, visit pages in the Commission's E Services Portal for municipal utilities and investor owned utilities.