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  1. Certificate of Reliability

    CBPU Honored for High Levels of Reliability

    The American Public Power Association recently honored 143 public power utilities with a "certificate of excellence" for reliability, as shown by comparing their outage records against nationwide data gathered by the Energy Information Administration. Read on...
  2. Large Item Pickup Change

    Large Item Pickup Service Changes Collection Day

    Beginning the week of March 11th Republic Services free large item pickup will no longer be collected on Monday. Collection efforts will now take place weekly every Thursday. Read on...
  3. WRRF Grant

    CBPU Receives $100,000 Grant For Improvements

    The Coldwater Board of Public Utilities was one of 16 Rural Development Fund Grants recently accepted by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD). The grant awarded the CBPU $100,000 to conduct an evaluation and... Read on...
  4. Coldwater Country

    Local Incentives for Downtown Economic Development

    The City of Coldwater, together with Century Bank and Trust, Southern Michigan Bank and Trust, Downtown Development Authority (DDA), and Branch County Economic Growth Alliance (BCEGA) are taking significant steps to advance economic development efforts... Read on...
  5. TV REBATE 20192

    $100 Rebates On New TV Purchase With CBPU

    Have you been thinking about purchasing a new TV for your home? Now is the time! Until April 8th, the CBPU is offering DOUBLE rebates on any newly purchased ENERGY STAR certified flat screen TV that's at least 31 inches. Read on...
  6. 5 Star Community

    Coldwater Recognized as Five Star Community

    The City of Coldwater has been recognized as a five star community for its successes and efforts in contributing to Michigan’s entrepreneurial growth and economic development. The eCities study conducted by researchers at iLabs... Read on...
  7. Clean Water Coldwater

    CBPU Receives Good Report From MDEQ

    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has begun a statewide initiative to test drinking water from all schools that use well water and community water supplies. The test is looking for a group of Read on...