The commissions of the 2nd Taxing District of the City of Norwalk have approved a Customer Solar Photovoltaic Energy Rider. Please click here to read the details:
While the Mayor has declared that The Water Emergency has ended, South Norwalk Electric & Water is requesting that all customers continue voluntary conservation. Water is essential to our everyday lives and our supplies are not unlimited. Please use water wisely and do your part in reducing water use both inside and outside your home. With each of us following the suggested tips in the following link and permanently changing our water-use habits, we can save thousands of gallons of water and help to avoid future droughts.
Aunque el alcalde ha declarado que la emergencia de agua ha terminado, South Norwalk Electric & Water está pidiendo que todos sus clientes sigan conservando agua voluntariamente. El agua es esencial para nuestra vida cotidiana y nuestros suministros no son ilimitados. Por favor, use agua sabiamente y ponga de su parte para reducir su uso tanto dentro como fuera de casa. Con cada uno de nosotros siguiendo los consejos sugeridos en el siguiente enlace y cambiar permanentemente nuestros hábitos de uso de agua, podemos ahorrar miles de galones de agua y ayudar a evitar sequías futuras.
South Norwalk Electric and Water announces the launch of our new customer web portal, SNEW Link.
SNEW Link is an online tool available to all of
SNEW’s electric and water customers.
This tool will allow customers to manage their accounts
Available functions are:
Welcome to the South Norwalk Electric and Water Website!
The Second Taxing District owns and independently operates South Norwalk Electric and Water (SNEW), a water and electric utility. The utility serves some 9,000 customers with water throughout sections of South Norwalk, East Norwalk, West Norwalk, Rowayton, Silvermine and Wilton, and approximately 5,000 customers with electric in South Norwalk.
The Second Taxing District of the City of Norwalk is a municipal
corporation, created in 1913, by a special act of the Connecticut State
Legislature. The District is considered a corporate and politic body,
and as such, has the ability and power to sue and be sued, acquire and
sell real estate, possess a common seal, levy taxes, "together with all
the rights, powers, franchises, privileges and immunities granted to the
former City of South Norwalk ...".