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Electric Distribution System Engineer: JOB DESCRIPTION

Please contact Becky Dowden in human resources for steps on how to apply.

Call: 574-753-5002   Email:

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We are dedicated to providing clean water and reliable electricity in a safe and supportive workplace. Keep checking this page for any future job openings.

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Prevent flooding and keep water clean

Spring weather brings on more outdoor projects, Logansport’s residents are reminded day to day activities have an impact on the city’s roadways and water quality. The Logansport Municipal Utilities’ water department is providing useful tips to the community, so everyone can help prevent clogged drains, flooded roadways, and accidental water contamination.

1) Clear the Stormwater Grates
Be conscious of lawn debris, making sure the street gutter is clear of grass clippings, leaves, sticks, and other excess yard and garden waste. If there is a stormwater grate directly in front of the property, clear the grate of any debris to ensure good drainage and prevent flooding. Sweep sidewalks and driveways instead of using a water hose to clean away the dirt and lawn debris. When you sweep, pick up the debris and place it into the appropriate trash receptacle.

2) Be Conscious of Lawn Chemicals Run Off
Fertilizers and other lawn chemicals are meant for lawn areas only. Please be conscious of and prevent excess chemicals making their way to concrete or asphalt surfaces that can drain to the water collection system and then sent to the wastewater treatment plant, streams, or rivers - create potential contamination problems.

3) Properly Dispose Petroleum-based Products and Other Chemicals
Homeowners tuning up lawn equipment, performing oil changes, fresh fuel, and other normal servicing of equipment can produce spills or accidental leaks. Petroleum-based products must be properly contained and disposed of, to eliminate the possibility of contaminating the collection system and eventually the public waterways. Other outdoor projects ie: repainting or staining houses, decks, or other landscape features, can also create waste, spills, or excess chemical materials. These products need extra attention to ensure proper removal of excess or proper clean up in the event of a spill.

LU and the street department work diligently to inspect, clean, and maintain these vital infrastructures, both above and below the street level. These efforts are most effective with collaboration between businesses, homeowners, and residents.  The Logansport Utilities and the Logansport Street Department send appreciations to everyone who help maintain their properties and contribute to clear waterways.

Responsibilities Surrounding Tree Trimming

Trimming and removing select trees from areas surrounding power lines helps us provide safe, reliable electric service to our community. We go check our service area on a regular basis to prune or remove trees interfering with electric utility lines. We do not charge customers when performing this essential maintenance.

We only trims trees that are growing too close to power lines that run pole-to-pole. LU does not trim trees that are threatening to interfere with the line that runs from our pole to your house. We do not cut down dead trees along service lines to homes or dead trees that do not threaten the primary voltage lines

Pole-to-house lines have the least impact on large-scale power outages, so we do not trim for clearance along these lines, except when major interference exists. Some examples of major interference include broken limbs on the lines and significant deflection of the lines due to a tree branch or branches.

It is the homeowner’s responsibility to make sure trees on their property are kept trimmed around their service line.

Remember, pole-to-house lines are fully energized and extremely dangerous. You may need to hire a qualified professional tree trimmer to perform this work. Call us at (574) 753-6231 to request that your pole-to-house line be temporarily disconnected while you trim your trees or have pruning performed by a professional arborist. The customer's home will be without power while this is done. There is no charge for this service.

If you see potentially dangerous tree or shrubbery concerns near our power lines that run pole-to-pole, please contact us at (574) 753-6231 so we can evaluate the tree trimming needs.

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