Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) provides four utilities to the City of Norwich – natural gas, electricity, water, and wastewater collection.
Established in 1904, NPU is municipally-owned and governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners and Sewer Authority, representing the best interest of the citizens they represent.
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NORWICH – As part of the January meeting of its Board of Commissioners, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) announced that it has contributed $150,00 to three local organizations through the State of Connecticut’s Neighborhood Assistance Act (NAA) program.
Jan 25, 2023
NORWICH – On Wednesday, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) announced an investment of $500,000 through the State’s Housing Tax Credit Contribution Program to Eastern Connecticut Housing Opportunities (ECHO) for upgrades to 3 multi-family rental homes with 67 dwelling units. All three properties are located in Norwich and rented to low-, very-low, and extremely-low income households.
Jan 11, 2023
The City of Norwich is a unique place – we’re known for a lot of our history, and also our vibrant and multi-cul-
tural community. We’re definitely a city and we still have the feel of a small town in many ways.
Jan 9, 2023
Persistent inflation across the United State and around the world continues to impact every aspect of daily life
and every industry in the global economy.
Jan 9, 2023
It is important to keep the area around your natural gas meter free from snow so that fire departments and
other emergency response agency personnel have access to it in case of an emergency shut-off situation.
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