Hokah minnesota

Hokah City Utilities site

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The City of Hokah provides the following Utilities:
Water, Sewer and Refuse Pickup

Maintenance and Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator 

If you are a new resident or utility customer you are required to complete the "New Customer Application"  You may download the application, complete it and bring it with you to the Administrative Office at 102 Main Street to sign-up.

Applications are also available in the office.
Any questions, please contact us at 894-4990

Utility Bill Drop Box - City of HokahFor your convenience Utility Bills may be mailed to
PO Box 311
Hokah, MN   55941,
dropped off to 211 Main Street, lower level, OR, depositied in the  Black mail box in the parking lot. 

  

Hokah Public Utilities Truck


Garbage is picked up every Friday. Your garbage should be at the curb by 7:00 AM.  Garbage bags can be purchased at Hokah Kwik Trip.

The Minnesota Department of Health Oral Health Program and Drinking Water Protection Section are pleased to present you with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

2013 Water Fluoridation Quality Award.


 

Water Interest Links:
News You Can Use for Conservation
Minnesota Drinking Water
Facts about Minnesota's Bodies of Water
Properties of Water  
Water Leak DripCalculator
Water Use Habits
Water Conservation Tips for Consumers
Water Conservation Posters & Bill Stuffers
Daily Usage of Water in the United States
Don't let your toilet waste water
Water Facts Benefits of Water Meters

 

CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT

2017 Drinking Water Report

Making Safe Drinking Water Your drinking water comes from a groundwater source: two wells ranging from 458 to 648 feet deep, that draw water from the Mt. Simon and Wonewoc-Mt.Simon aquifers.

Hokah works hard to provide you with safe and reliable drinking water that meets federal and state water quality requirements. The purpose of this report is to provide you with information on your drinking water and how to protect our precious water resources. ..Complete Report

Why Is Conserving Water Important?

Reducing our use of water will decrease water pollution, increase energy savings, and create more efficient use of our water resources. Conserving water in rural areas will increase the life of existing septic systems. Conserving water within a municipal water system will reduce household expenses, increase treatment plant efficiency, and reduce the amount of electricity and chemicals needed to treat wastewater. In both situations, conserving water protects water quality through improved wastewater treatment.

How Much Water Do We Use?

A typical household of four uses 260 gallons of water each day. Much of this water is used in the bathroom. Toilets use 40% of the total, showers/baths and faucets use 35%. By contrast, 15% is used in the kitchen, and 10% for washing clothes.  

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  Reduce Waste!




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The City of Hokah has been contacted by Students and their Instructor from Morrison Charter School of the Tri Mountain Charter School District.

They ask we include the following: Water Page Resources:
The Importance of Water Conservation.
It contains valuable information regarding International and Domestic Water Issues and Answers.

Thank You Students for the valuable resource! To follow the link, click here

To read about their Colorado School, click here  

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The Nonpoint Source (NPS) Outreach Toolbox is intended for use by state and local agencies and other organizations interested in educating the public on nonpoint source pollution or stormwater runoff. Click logo right: