Celebrating 20 years of public ownership in Wahoo
October 6-12, 2019 has been designated by the American Public Gas Association as Public Natural Gas Week. It is fitting that we also celebrate 20 years of our own publicly owned natural gas system. In 1999 voters approved the purchase of our system from a privately owned natural gas utility company. Wahoo Utilities staff is proud to provide natural gas services to the Wahoo community. Take a moment to learn more about the value of a public owned utility by clicking on this link.
For information on the Emerald Ash Borer and other topics related to community forestry, please click on the Parks & Recreation link above, and visit the Community Forestry page. Any commercial tree contractors doing tree removal and pruning within the City of Wahoo are required to be licensed with the City of Wahoo. Application for Tree Contractor's License . . . read more
Excessive Flow Valve Gas Awareness Wahoo Utilities purchased the natural gas . . . read more
New Customer Information Home > WAHOO UTILITIES > New Customer > New Customer Information--> Residential/Commercial Provided for our new residential utility customer, please check this document for all information regarding how to get your various utility services set up. Apply for Service . . . read more
The Mayor and Council of the City of Wahoo meet regularly on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month beginning at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 605 North Broadway. They also convene as needed for special meetings which can be called by either the Mayor or by three of the six Council members. All meetings are open to the public and are held in accordance with the Open Meetings Act . . . read more
Council members of the City of Wahoo are elected from three wards within the City and serve four year terms. Elections are held every even numbered year with one representative being elected from each ward. ( Ward Map ) The Council serves as the legislative division of city government and performs duties and has such powers as authorized by law. They are tasked . . . read more