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Oneida Wasterwater Treatment Facility

Now Available:  Pay your utilities online! 

Go Paperless:

ATTENTION CUSTOMERS:  The Main Office Lobby is currently closed until further notice.  Pay online is now available as of Dec 2nd for your convenience, see the link above.  A drop box is available on the pillar by the front door for payment drop off.  Cash, Checks, Money Orders and Oneida Gift Cards can be dropped off in this box.  Please be sure to have your name and address on an envelope with your payment.  We do have envelopes available in the black box on the pillar as well for your convenience.  Payments by Check, Oneida Gift Card or Money order may also be mailed in to:  Oneida Utilities Department, PO Box 365, Oneida, WI 54155. We can take a payment by phone with debit, credit or Oneida Gift Cards by calling 920-496-5290.

Scott Cottrell, Utilities Manager

The Oneida Nation Utilities Department provides safe drinking water and environmentally safe wastewater treatment for the Oneida Nation.

Emergency Numbers

Septic Pumping (920) 619-6790
Water & Sewer Emergency (920) 562-2911

Attention Oneida Nation Utility Customer:

If you are a Tribal Member you may also qualify for Low Income, Elderly (65 and older) or Disability Tribal Subsidy for Sewer and Water.

Contact our office to request a Deferral application or Tribal Subsidy form sent to you or download them from the website below.   Proof of loss of income or hardship will need to accompany both forms.  We can make copies by Appointment of any financial statements to prove hardship or loss of income by calling our office @ 496-5290.

Deferred Payment Form

SUBSIDYA Application

Tribal Members may also be eligible for assistance through Comprehensive Housing:

Utility Assistance Program

Purpose: Assisting with payments owed to utility providers to address property liens, disconnections, and notices of disconnection.

Program Criteria:

• Utility status verification from an applicable utility provider demonstrating delinquent balances of forty-five (45) days or more

• Assistance to one person per household

• Payments made directly to utility provider/vendor

• Must have past due utilities; or recent interruption of income resulting in nonpayment of utilities or inability to pay utilities

• Must be referred to CHD from Oneida Economic Support

Comprehensive Housing Division

(920) 869-2227

Additional/Contact Info