All Utility Bill payments are mailed by the 1st of each month and due in full by the 18th at 8:00am to avoid late fees. Your payment may be brought in to the Clerk’s Office between 9:00am and 4:00pm Monday thru Friday except Wednesday which those hours are between 8:00am and 12:00pm.
Your service may be disconnected for any utility bill not paid in full by the 25th of each month. Your service will not be turned back on until the past due amount, plus a $50.00 reconnection fee, is paid in full. Please refer to the Town of Topeka, Indiana Code of Ordinances, for more information or contact the Clerk’s Office.
Topeka Water Quality Links
IDEM Safe Drinking Water Information Search
IDEM Consumer Confidence Data Search
- Hydrant Flushing
- Water Leaks
- Water Plant
- Water Distribution
- Annual Water Report
- Professional Engineering Report
Occasionally, water becomes discolored after hydrant flushing. If this happens, run your cold water tap for a few minutes until the water clears. If it doesn’t clear the first time, wait a few minutes and run the water again. You should avoid washing clothes until the water clears. Afterwards, if you notice a change in water flow, it may be necessary to clean your sink faucet screen of trapped sediment.
The brown or discolored water, caused by rust or sediment build-up, is not harmful to use or drink according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Ingesting rust from a water source does not present adverse health effects.
The Topeka Water Department personnel are on call 24/7. For problems that occur after hours please call 260-593-3407.
Nixle: We would like to encourage the community to sign up for “Nixle”. By having “Nixle” you can receive alerts for issues that are happening in our community. To sign up go to www.nixle.com .
Rates Effective JUNE 2021
|Metered Consumption Per Month||Per 1,000 Gallons|
|First 2,000 gallons||$9.70|
|Next 3,333 gallons||8.57|
|Next 8,000 gallons||7.23|
|Next 20,000 gallons||6.12|
|Next 66,667 gallons||4.84|
|Next 100,000 gallons||3.65|
Links to the Annual Water Reports
Emergencies: Call 911