Hyde Park electric
Hyde Park wastewater
HYDE PARK ELECTRIC, WATER & WASTEWATER
The Village of Hyde Park is a non-profit municipal corporation. As a municipality, our job is to provide the most affordable utility services consistent with safety, reliability and regulatory compliance.
Hyde Park Electric currently serves approximately 1,400 electric customers in a service territory ranging from the Village to North Hyde Park and a section of Johnson. Hyde Park Water serves 225 water customers. Hyde Park Wastewater 110 sewer customers. Our municipal staff provide all these services.
The links below include a new customer application as well as information that explains rules, regulations and policies for our municipal utility services.
If you have any questions regarding your service please give us call, or stop by the Village office. We are conveniently located at 344 VT Route 15 West, Hyde Park, Vermont; traveling west, 0.3 miles past the roundabout.
Utility Bill Relief Program
$8 million in available grant funding to assist Vermonters with overdue utility bills as a result of economic hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applications will be accepted through November 30, 2020 and grants will be awarded on a first come, first served basis
More information and how to apply here:
SETTING UP A NEW ACCOUNT
Setting up a new electric, water or wastewater account with The Village of Hyde Park is easy. Stop by the office to pick up required forms or just print them at home and drop them off. Give us a call at 802.888.2310 if you have any questions or need assistance.
SETTING UP A NEW SERVICE
Planning to build a new facility or make changes to an existing service? Stop by our office to pick up required form or just print it at home and drop it off. Once submitted, we'll reach out to you to discuss your options!
Moving shouldn't be stressful!
We are here to help. Make sure you inform us of any expected account changes at least two business days prior to the requested date to ensure that everything goes smoothly!
HPE provides electric services to about 1,400 customers in the Towns of Hyde Park and Johnson.
Rates and Tariffs
85% of electric services are residential. HPE service territory is about 18 square miles, encompassing the Village, extending to North Hyde Park and the National Guard.
HPE is a member of ISO-New England.
Energy New England LLC (ENE) provides electric utility services. ENE is the largest wholesale risk management and energy trading organization serving the needs of municipal utilities in the northeastern U.S. ENE operates a Waterbury, Vermont wholly-owned subsidiary, Utility Services Inc. (USI), a leading international services organization assisting energy companies with electric regulatory, reliability, and security standard obligations.
SEDC, a corporate cooperative, provides utility software and
billing services for all three utilities, Electric, Water and Wastewater.
- in addition to rates and tariffs
HYDE PARK WATER DISTRICT provides drinking water to Village residents as well as others outside Village boundaries on Centerville Road, North Hyde Park Road, Depot Street, Mill Street, Morey Road and Hwy 15 West.
Rates and Tariffs
TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON ADDITIONAL WATER SUPPLY
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WATER IMPROVEMENTS
HYDE PARK WASTEWATER DISTRICT serves Village residents and
Mill Street properties that lie outside the Village.
Rates and Tariffs
TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON NEW CONNECTIONS DUE TO
CONSTRUCTION / PERMITTING
In 2020, construction will serve to meet regulatory requirements, resolve capacity issues and aging infrastructure to improve reliability, operation and maintenance of the wastewater system.
To provide treatment capacity for current users and future growth, the forty-year old Area II service area is being replaced.
The Johnson Street Extension Pump Station is in failing condition and will be replaced along with connecting force main line. Area 1 will have effluent filters and a 1,000 gallon tank installed.
WARNING FLUSH ONLY TOILET PAPER!
Please don’t put yourself at risk or our employees. “Flushable wipes” should NEVER be flushed.
A recent scientific study showed that COVID-19 survives for up to 14 days in wastewater, and studies have shown viability of coronavirus in feces and urine. Scientific Studies are underway to find out how it might be transmitted.
Use extra caution:
Wash your hands frequently,
Wear a mask and protective goggles if you use a plunger in the bathroom,
Put the toilet seat down when you flush,
Flush only Toilet Paper.
Sewer backups and work to repair damaged equipment puts people at great risk.
Please teach your guests and renters – you could save more than money.