Welcome to the Official Website of Napoleon Community Rural Water Corp

APRIL DATES & INFO

Bills mailed 3/31

Payments Due 4/17

Late Fees 4/19

Disconnect day 4/19

Payment options include: drop box, mail, online, autopay, or through your bank

Our office is open Mon - Fri 8:30 - 12:00 and 1:00 - 4:00. Please note the following guidelines: Please do not enter if you are sick or are symptomatic; One customer at a time in the lobby; Please use the drop-box if you are just making a payment

Paperless billing

Click here> E-bills then go to the button "Enroll in Paperless billing". The first time, you will need to click "sign-up" to create a username and password. Then you will be able to view your bill online; have your bill e-mailed to you; and sign up for reminders!

An Overview of our policies and procedures as well as a list of the options available for making your payment is available on the Pay Bill page.

JOB OPENING

We are currently accepting applications for an Assistant Superintendent. This is a full-time position which will report directly to our Superintendent. The optimal candidate is a self-starter who is able to work well with the public and utilize computer programs to accomplish the required tasks. In addition, there will be physical work out in the community, so we need someone who is not afraid to get their hands dirty.

If you are interested, please fill out the Job Application under FORMS & REPORTS and return to the office via email naph2o@etczone.com or mail to PO Box 107, Napoleon IN 47034.

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