AMU Holiday Drawing For A ROKU

AMU Holiday Drawing For A ROKU

For high speed Internet service to go with the smartphone or tablet that’s under this year’s Christmas tree, turn to Algona Municipal Utilities. AMU High Speed Internet you can stream video, play games online, download music, and check social media and email. Upgrade or sign-up for AMU High Speed Internet by January 6th and your name will be entered into a January 9th drawing for a ROKU. You must be in good standing with AMU to enter the drawing. AMU employees and AMU trustees, and their immediate family members are not eligible to enter the drawing. No purchase necessary. Sign-up for AMU High Speed Internet at AMU, today. Click on "View More" for Official Rules.

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Algona Receives Healthy Hometown Founder Award

Algona Receives Healthy Hometown Founder Award

Algona was presented a Healthy HometownSM POWERED BY Wellmark award at the Iowa Healthiest State Initiative Bringing it Home conference on Nov.1, 2016. The award recognizes Algona for their dedication and accomplishments toward meaningful health improvement initiatives in their community.

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AMU Staff & Board of Trustees

AMU Staff & Board of Trustees

Get to know your AMU Staff & Board of Trustees.
Photo Courtesy of Alyssa June Portraits

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Watch TV Everywhere

Watch TV Everywhere

If you're an AMU Cable TV subscriber with Expanded Basic or greater service, you can now watch these networks on your computer, smartphone, or tablet.

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ESPN3

ESPN3

ESPN3 - ESPN's live multi-screen sports network, a 24/7 destination that delivers thousands of global sports events annually.

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AMU Electric

AMU Electric

Algona Municipal Utilities offers electric, water, and communications services. In March 1898, Algona voters passed a referendum to establish an electric light franchise. The original light plant was located where city hall now stands. In the early days, the light plant shut down at 10 p.m.

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AMU Water

AMU Water

Algona's first water system was established in 1889. Today, the source of water for the City of Algona is groundwater drawn from 4 wells from the Cretaceous (Dakota Sandstone) aquifer. In 1931 Algona Municipal Utilities current water treatment plant was constructed on Hall Street with an underground water storage capacity of 300,000 gallons.

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AMU Energy Efficiency Programs

AMU Energy Efficiency Programs

Learn more about AMU's Energy Efficiency and Rebate programs, including information on Residential Home Energy Audits, HVAC & Appliances.

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iWireless Cellular Service

iWireless Cellular Service

Algona Municipal Utilities is your local connection to iWireless Cellular Service. Choose from Monthly-Billed Plans or Pay-In-Advance Plans with Nationwide Service.

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Bid Letting on Labor for Installation of 69 kV Control Panels - AKB and West Substations:
December 22, 2016 2:00 PM
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Notice of Public Hearing - 2017 Water Rates

December 8, 2016 9:27 AM

The Notice of Public Hearing and Proposed Water Rates for 2017.

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ISSUES ACCESSING NETAMUMAIL.COM EMAIL

December 6, 2016 1:43 PM

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AMU Holiday Rules for a Roku - Official Rules

December 6, 2016 11:38 AM

Here are the Official Rules for the AMU Holiday Drawing for a Roku.

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Ridgley Street Water Main Replacement to Begin Week of December 5, 2016

December 2, 2016 11:28 AM

Work on replacing a water main project on South Ridgley Street in Algona will begin the week of December 5, 2016. John Bilsten, General Manager for Algona Municipal Utilities, said an undersized water main will be replaced with a 6 inch plastic water main along South Ridgley Street, between West McGregor and West College Streets.

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Tribute to Electric Linemen

April 13, 2016 4:01 PM

Algona’s Assets

February 1, 2016 3:06 PM

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