Water & Sewer Utility Department

Welcome to the Water Department! I’m pleased to share with you the hard work and activities performed by our dedicated team on your behalf.

Our team performs more lab testing than what is required and we use activated carbon to filter out contaminants in our water system. We take these extra steps because we care. Like you, we live here and all of us and our family members drink from the local water system, so we have a very vested interest in ensuring it is clean and safe to consume.

If you ever have any questions about the activities and progress happening at the Water Department, please call us at 765-342-2449. Our crews often are out in the community handling projects, so if you don’t reach us directly, leave a message and we will get back to you.

How Can We Assist You?

(765) 342-2449
(765) 342-1093

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Office Hours

Monday – Friday: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Scotty Manley

Water Department Assistant and Water Treatment Operator

Clean, safe drinking water is a critically important quality of life issue for every community and Martinsville certainly is no different. Like all Indiana water utilities, we are governed and monitored by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). I, along with Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent Dallas Tincher, am licensed by IDEM.

We not only meet, but exceed testing requirements from IDEM.

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  • Water Department Assistant and Water Treatment Operation Scotty Manley
  • 11 Full-time employees
  • Utility Office Manager Tracy Hastings
  • Utility Office Assistant Manager Diane Selch

Programs & Services

  • Test and maintain City’s drinking water system
  • Maintain sanitary sewer lines, including repairing broken or clogged lines
  • Provide specifications, advice to homeowners for replacing sewer or water lines

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