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Lead Pipe Survey

Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities requests your help in completing this important quick survey to document the material of your water service line from the water meter to just outside of your house or business. The utility is asking for this information to determine if there is any lead on the resident’s side of the service line and for the completion of a service line inventory map.  Thank you for your participation.

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Phone: 812-532-3500
After Hours: 812-532-3500

8:00 a.m – 4:30 p.m

Municipal Utilities Billing Office-Drive Thru
230 Walnut St.
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Mailing Address
PO Box 4198
Lawrenceburg, IN  47025


Lawrenceburg Municipal Utilities is owned and operated as an integral part of the municipal structure. Providing electric, water and waste water services, it has served the Lawrenceburg community for many decades.

The electric department was established in 1901. Lawrenceburg’s electric provision is a full-service distribution company. In 1931, Lawrenceburg purchased a privately-owned water and waste water company.

811 - Call Before You Dig

Indiana 811 is a non-profit corporation made up of member operators of underground facilities in Indiana, designed to reduce the number of damages to buried utilities and promote safe digging state-wide. This free service helps prevent damage incidents which can result in millions of dollars in property damage, the interruption of utility service, personal injuries and even loss of life.

Indiana’s “Call Before You Dig” law (IC 8-1-26) requires everyone who digs to contact Indiana 811 at least two full working days before starting a project. All underground utility owners and operators are required by law to be members of Indiana 811. Upon receipt of a ticket, Indiana 811 notifies our member utilities or their contract locators to request that they mark their buried utility lines in the area of the dig site.

LMU Utility Director

Billy Kinnett 

It is with great pleasure that I introduce myself as your Utility Director.  I am so proud to be able to come back to my hometown and serve such wonderful people.  Lawrenceburg is a special place; full of caring and loving people that go the extra mile to make sure their loved ones, their friends, and their neighbors are taken care of.  It is great to see all of the improvements that have been made to Lawrenceburg over the years.  The downtown area is thriving and full of entertainment and dining options, the parks are tremendous, and our schools are fantastic.

I graduated from LHS in 1982.  I then attended the University of Dayton and received a BS in Electronic Engineering Technology.  Upon graduation from UD I worked the first 9-years of my career for utility companies.  I then worked the last 26-years as a consultant representing customers to help reduce their utility consumption and cost.  I am fortunate to have represented companies such as Coca-Cola, DOW, ALCOA, Lockheed Martin, Michelin, Fifth Third Bank, and many others.

We are fortunate to have such great infrastructure and such great people at LMU.  We are currently working on a 5-year capital improvement plan that will allow us to spend our money wisely on projects that will further improve our system reliability.

I am grateful that the Utility Board, the Mayor, and the hiring committee trusted me to be the next Utility Director for the City of Lawrenceburg.  I look forward to serving you.