Maintaining Corydon's Infrastructure

Working Hard for You Every Day

The Maintenance Department is responsible for:

  • Reading all water meters within Town, both electronic and non-electric
  • Re-reading meter abnormal usage readings
  • Repairing and changing over meters to electric meters
  • Communicating when new meters and supplies are necessary
  • Repairing water leaks in the sewer and water lines throughout Town
  • Digging up water lines in need of repair/replacement
  • Installing new water and sewer lines, as well as repairing any roadways/yards disturbed in the process
  • Handling customer complaints and/or questions
  • Responsible for turn off and turn on within Town
  • Lawn maintenance around wells and tanks within the facilities
  • Maintenance and painting of fire hydrants with Town
  • Assisting in maintaining the water treatment facility
  • Assist with doing tap-ins for new customers
  • Handing out delinquent notices for residents
  • Snow plowing during the winter months

For Water Main Breaks and Down Power Lines call Harrison County Dispatch at 812-738-3911.

Staff Members




Maintenance Crew Member


Maintenance Crew Member


Maintenance Crew Member


Maintenance Crew Member

Water and Sewer Maintenance

Contact Information

8:00AM - 4:30PM

219 N. Capitol Ave.
Corydon, IN 47112

Maintaining Corydon's Infrastructure FAQ

If your sewer backs up, call a plumber. Most sewer back up issues occur due to an issue in the resident’s sewer line. If the plumber determines that the back up issue has occurred because of a clog in the main line, call the Town Hall. The Water and Sewer Maintenance Department will jet the main sewer line.

Yes. Twice a year, usually in April and October, the Town flushes all the main water pipes.

Flush the cold-water side of your faucet or spicket for five minutes. If this does not clear the water, call the Town Hall and ask someone to come and flush your system.

No. The water is tested on a regular basis to ensure that the levels of manganese in the water are safe. This testing is overseen by the state agency, IDEM (Indiana Department of Environmental Management).

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