In 2021, Veolia and the City of Eagle agreed to request the removal of Area 4 (see map) from Veolia’s certificated service area and have future water service in this area provided by the City of Eagle. Veolia currently serves customers in these areas.
The City of Eagle and Veolia recently filed their request with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission. This filing, if approved by the Commission, would remove that obligation and result in future water service in this area being provided by the City of Eagle. In addition, the Application proposes the transfer of ownership of certain piping such that the City of Eagle’s irrigation service connection within the Eagle Skate Park is served by the City rather than Veolia.
As a customer and/or property owner within this area, your future water service will be provided by the City of Eagle if this request is approved by the Commission. If property owners in Area 4 want to connect to a public water supply, they can explore connection options with the City of Eagle.
The changes proposed in the Application are proposals subject to public review and approval by the Idaho Public Utilities Commission. A copy of the Application is available for public review at the office of the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, as well as at the office of Veolia Water Idaho, and on the Commission’s homepage at www.puc.idaho.gov.
Customers may file written comments about the Application with the Commission, and may subscribe to the Commission RSS feed for periodic updates on the Application via email.
The Commission will issue a public notice of the filing, describing procedures for public comment and Commission review of the Application. This information will be available for review on the Commission’s website at https://puc.idaho.gov/case?util=3&closed=0.
For more information, visit our water service area webpage or access the customer letter.