Please read the following descriptions of utility bill fees/charges below:
Electricity customers pay an excise tax on their kilowatt-hour usage. This tax is levied by the State of Ohio, and is paid to them. The Village of Genoa does not obtain any revenue for this charge.
Water customers have a fee labeled “Infrastructure” on their utility bill. This charge is a minimum of $2.00 and an additional $2.00 for every 8,000 gallons used. This charge is levied by the City of Oregon to pay for new improvements to their water treatment plant. These improvements are necessary to control algae bloom conditions and improve disinfection procedures.
“Electric Generation Charge”
Electric customers will notice an Electric Generation Charge on utility bills. This charge has previously been included in your electric rate, the new billing system (used from 2020 onward) now itemizes this specific fee and lists it separately.
This charge is used to maintain the Village’s diesel-powered electricity generators, which provide electricity for the system during peak hours throughout the year. The system reduces the need to buy electricity from the grid at peak hour rates (when electricity is often most expensive), thereby saving customers money and ultimately reducing your electricity expenses over the year.
As of January 1st, 2018 the electric rates reflect the increased cost of purchased power and service fees. The Village of Genoa has not raised the base rate for electric in several years.
The Infrastructure Cost for water reflects an increase of the water purchased from the City of Oregon. This is to cover their infrastructure project costs for improvements to the water plant, which controls algae bloom conditions and improved disinfection procedures.
Listed below is the Consumer Confidence for Water. This report is mandated by the Ohio EPA and shows the water quality for the Village water system.
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2013 Consumer Confidence Report
2014 Consumer Confidence Report
2015 Consumer Confidence Report
2016 Consumer Confidence Report
2017 Consumer Confidence Report
2018 Consumer Confidence Report
2019 Consumer Confidence Report
Attached is the Water Atlas for the Village of Genoa. These maps include those areas outside of the Village limits.
Serviced by AMP a Public Power Partner. Click here to visit their website. They also provide an excellent resource that will allow you to create your own personal energy profile, calculate how much energy appliances use, compare different appliances as well as provide a library of information about energy and a form to ask an Energy Advisor questions. Click here to check it out!
Village Administrator and Public Works Director Kevin M. Gladden won the 2013 Larry Hobart 7-Hats Award at the APPA National Conference in Nashville, Tenn. This award is given to those Administrators in smaller communities who demonstrate outstanding skills in a variety of areas in there daily job performance. Open the tab for 7-Hats to learn more
Doug Samsen of Samsen Home Furnishing is presented a rebate check from Amp Ohio’s Efficiency Smart Program and Councilman Darryl Bittner and Councilman Ken Harsanje Sr. as a result of his lighting project. To learn more click on the tap below. Samsen Furniture Energy Efficiency Award
American Municipal Power provides to the Village of Genoa Electric Department a quarterly newsletter that provides valuable tips in things that you can due around your home to be more safe around electricity and even give you unique ways to save money on your electric bill. It also offers insight into what your Village electric crews may encounter day to day as they work diligently to provide you with reliable PUBLIC POWER.
At the 2014 American Municipal Power yearly conference the Village of Genoa’s Municipal Utilities Department were awarded two awards at the AMP awards banquet. The first award was presented for No Loss Time within the electric department of Public Works and the second award was a system improvement award for a Three Phase Meter Conversion project completed during 2014. The employees of our Public Works Department are to be commended for their hard work in 2014. AMP Awards
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