The City of Norwich is on the cusp of a series of economic development projects, all coming to fruition within a relatively short period of time. This is great news for our community and our collective future.
As part of his regular communications with Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) on their operations and investments, Congressman Joe Courtney has expressed an interest in the 8th Street Hydro Facility on the Shetucket River.
Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is prepared to respond to severe weather and has enhanced how it will communicate with customers during emergencies. As part of its enhanced customer communications efforts, NPU has implemented two new technologies.
The 2022 Construction Season has been very productive for the NPU Gas Division, completing a number of important projects, improving the safety and reliability of our system, and compiling a very strong safety record.
Many consumer products, including those marked “disposable” or “flushable,” can cause problems within the sewer system. These products do not break down properly and can block sewer lines.
Share this important safety information with all members of your household.
In our first June meeting, the Norwich City Council took the bold step — unanimously — to provide significant tax relief to the developers of the former Hale Mill, who are willing to make a long-term commitment to our city.
Natural gas customers of Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) will see a reduction in their monthly bills as a result of a provision in the recently approved state budget that exempts the utility from the state’s gross receipts tax.
Inflation is impacting every part of daily life and every industry in the global economy. From grocery stores and gas stations to restaurants and car dealerships, the price of just about everything is increasing.
Summer is a great time to enjoy the outdoors, stay active and have fun. Make sure you take steps to avoid illness or injury this year: Avoid heat exhaustion or heat stroke by staying hydrated, wear loose, lightweight clothing, and avoid spending time outdoors during the hottest part of the day (11 a.m. to 3 p.m.).