2022-2023 LIHEAP & LIWAP Season

Income Guidelines for for 2022-2023 LIHEAP and LIWAP Seasons have been released.  If you could benefit from assistance with your winter utility bill, please contact your local West Central Community Action.

LIHEAP Brochure

LIWAP Brochure

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For families with more than 4 members, add $9,440 for each additional member.

Guidelines effective October 1, 2022 through September 30, 2023.

Seeking Cleaning Service

We are seeking bids from a private contractor to perform cleaning services. Please see below for more information.

View the tentative contract here.

Consumer Confidence (Water Quality) Report

The Woodbine Water Department has received back our 2021 Consumer Confidence Report. This report will not be sent out with bills but has been published in the Twiner-Herald and we have additional copies here in the office for anyone interested. The report can also be viewed by clicking below.

Click here to view the report

Job Opening: Utility Billing Coordinator

Woodbine Municipal Light and Power is seeking a Utility Billing Coordinator. This is a full-time position that will be the first point of contact within the office. Primary duties will include customer service, cash handling, bank deposits, and other duties associated with customer billing and meter reading. All candidates should uphold a high degree of professionalism and confidentiality.

Requirements: High School Diploma, 1-2 years of cash handling experience, preferably in a business setting, and 3-4 years of customer service experience. Preferred: Associates Degree in Business or related field.

Starting wage is $16-$18 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications. Woodbine Municipal Light and Power is an equal opportunity employer and offers an excellent benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, paid holidays and sick leave (vacation to start after one year of employment), and IPERS.

Click here for the complete job description.

To apply, please hand-deliver or mail your resume and cover letter to:
Woodbine Municipal Light & Power, ATTN: Finance Manager, 517 Walker Street, Woodbine, IA 51579
Job Posting will close on January 21, 2022.

2021-2022 LIHEAP Season

If you or someone you know could benefit from help paying for utilities, please contact West Central Community Action. They will help you set up an appointment to see if you may qualify for assistance. Please follow this link for more information and to see the income guidelines.

Woodbine Water Violation

Due to a sample not being turned in with enough time for testing, Woodbine Municipal Water received a violation.

Follow this link for further details.  This violation was sent out with our regular monthly bills.

2020 Consumer Confidence Report

2020 Consumer Confidence Report- Water

The Woodbine Water Department has received back our 2020 Consumer Confidence Report (Published March 11, 2021). This report will not be sent out with bills but it will be published in the Twiner-Herald and we have additional copies here in the office for anyone interested. The report can also be viewed by clicking below.

Click this link to view the report.

Consumer Confidence Report – Water

New Consumer Confidence Report- Water

The Woodbine Water Department has received back our 2019 Consumer Confidence Report (Published March 12, 2020). This report will not be sent out with bills but it will be published in the Twiner-Herald and we have additional copies here in the office for anyone interested. The report can also be viewed by clicking below.

Click here to view the report.

New Consumer Confidence Report- Water

New Consumer Confidence Report- Water
The Woodbine Water Department has received back our 2018 Consumer Confidence Report (Published March 7, 2019). This report will not be sent out with bills but it will be published in the Twiner-Herald and we have additional copies here in the office for anyone interested. For the first time this year we are also offering online access to view the report.
Click Here to view the 2018 Report.

Bright Energy Solutions® Preapproval Requirements

Effective Jan. 1, 2019

Bright Energy Solutions® Preapproval Requirements

  1. ALL projects (application forms) with incentives of $20,000 or more require written preapproval prior to the project start date (equipment purchase date.)
  • ALL Custom Program projects (with the exception of lighting) require written pre-approval regardless of the incentive amount.

Notice: Rebates for Prescriptive and Custom Light projects that are not preapproved will be capped at $20,000. Other Custom Projects (non-lighting) that are not preapproved will be ineligible for rebates.