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.

Visit AMU for Information on Local Promotions!

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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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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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Downtown Alley Project

Downtown Alley Project

Algona's Downtown Alley Project is completed. As part of the project, the overhead electric and communications infrastructure was removed.
The photo on the left is the downtown alley, between State and Call Streets, taken on October 7, 2011.
The photo on the right was taken on September 27, 2013.

AMU BINGO Extended Until May 8th!

AMU BINGO Extended Until May 8th!

AMU BINGO has been extedned until May 8, 2015. Be the first to get an X or Blackout BINGO and win a prize on display at the AMU Office. Bring in your non-winning card with a valid BINGO to the AMU Office by 4:30 pm, May 14, 2015 to be eligible for the Spring into Summer Grand Prize. The winning entry will be drawn on May 15, 2015. AMU BINGO Numbers are displayed daily in the AMU Office, on the AMU Web Page, and on the AMU Facebook Page. No purchase necessary to play. BINGO winners must be in good standing and current with their AMU Communications and Electric/Water Accounts. Click AMU BINGO for official rules.

AMU Straight Line BINGO Winner

AMU Straight Line BINGO Winner

Congratulations to Jeanette Simpson of Algona for being the first to turn in a Straight Line BINGO for the AMU BINGO Game! You still have a chance to win. Be the first person to bring in an X or a Blackout BINGO to receive a prize on display at the AMU Office. Two numbers are drawn daily through May 1, 2015. Bring in a non-winning card with a valid BINGO to the AMU office no later than 4:30 p.m. on May 14, 2015 to be eligible for a Spring into Summer Grand Prize Drawing. The winning entry will be drawn on May 15, 2015. Only one card per residence may be entered in the Grand Prize Drawing. Click AMU BINGO for official rules.

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News

AMU Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda, May 1, 2015

April 28, 2015 7:26 AM

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Official Rules for AMU BINGO 2015

March 23, 2015 12:06 PM

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AMU Cable TV Rate Increase Letter

March 5, 2015 3:30 PM

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AMU Set-Top-Boxes To Have Enhanced Services Through Upgrade

January 29, 2015 3:49 PM

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Announcements

Rural Call Completion Issues

November 19, 2013 9:14 AM

Rural Consumers are reporting significant problems recieving long distance or wireless calls on their landline telephones.  This is a problem in all of rural America.

The Federal Communicaitons Commission has developed a web page to educate consumers on this issue and provide a mechanism for reporting call issues.

Please go to the FCC website to learn more about this issue.  The website … more...

Online Electric/Water Utility Payments

July 10, 2013 10:07 AM

Microsoft is phasing out Windows XP and older systems. AMU customers with these computer systems have several options if they want to pay their Electric/Water Bills online through the AMU Website. Customers may download one of the following programs: Internet Explorer 10, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome. AMU customers with newer computer systems than Windows XP are not affected and are able to … more...

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