Harrison Utilities is located on the north shore of Lake Winnebago in Calumet County, Wisconsin. It was created by the Town of Harrison as a Town Sanitary District in 1972, became operational in 1984 and continues to provide sanitary sewer and water services to an area comprised of portions of the Village of Harrison, City of Menasha, and City of Appleton.
Harrison Utilities's semi-annual flushing program will begin on Monday, October 10th and will continue as necessary through Friday, October 21st. The main and hydrant flushing will be done daily between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The flushing helps remove most of the natually present minerals that are harmless but will discolor the water. If you see our personnel working in your area, please try to use as little water as possible for an hour to ensure the water has settled down and the discoloration is not drawn into your water system. Should you find discoloration in your water system, we advise that you again wait an hour and then draw off the discolored water through a cold water tap. Do not do any laundry during the time period you notice any discoloration. Your assistance and cooperation in this program is appreciated and benefits all water customers in our district. Thanks!