NPU customers targeted by scammers


Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is warning customers to be on guard from phone scammers who are identifying themselves as working with or on behalf of the utility. NPU has received reports from numerous customers who have been contacted by individuals posing as legitimate vendors.

Water notices for businesses reopening following pandemic closure

As businesses affected by the pandemic begin to reopen, NPU wants to remind our commercial customers who were closed for that past several weeks that water inside your building’s plumbing has likely become stagnant during this time.   This water can become unsafe to drink or otherwise use for domestic or commercial purposes.

Important information for the business community

  By Chris LaRose As part of our ongoing support for our community during these unprecedented times, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) is happy to provide the following information on a very important government program that could provide you and your organization with financial assistance. The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern CT has gathered nearly two 

NPU provides Reliance Health with $28,145 rebate for energy-efficiency project

NORWICH – On Tuesday, February 18, Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) presented Reliance Health with a rebate for $28,145 following the successful completion of a large-scale energy efficiency project. As a result of this project, Reliance Health will realize a savings of more than $12,000 on their annual energy costs. “Reliance Health is an invaluable part 

The Census is Vitally Important to Norwich – Do your part!

By Mayor Peter Nystrom Earlier this year, the federal government officially launched the 2020 U.S. Census which takes place every ten years, as mandated by our Constitution. The census attempts to count every single person living in the United States – both citizens and noncitizens – and helps our government with several critical functions that 

Learn more about the Medical Reserve Corps

The first response to any crisis or disaster is a local response. Uncas Health Medical Reserves Corp (MRC) is recruiting volunteers to respond during public health emergencies and assist in activities that promote health and safety in our community. No prior experience is required – just the willingness to support your community in times of