Davis County's utility infrastructure has been built with the future in mind. State of the art facilities and technology makes Davis County a regional leader. The infrastructure and accompanying service provides everything needed to do business successfully in the 21st century.
Drinking Water Supply
A majority of Davis County residents, except Bloomfield residents, are served by either Rathbun Rural Water Association or Wapello Rural Water Association. Both associations provide Davis County residents with a clean and dependable drinking water supply.
The city of Bloomfield is served by its own municipal water supply from nearby Lake Fisher. In 2001 the city and county cooperatively finished a major water supply protection project to ensure a clean and safe water supply for Bloomfield residents for many years to come. Lake Fisher also provides the community with a beautiful recreation area that the whole family can enjoy. The fishing is great and Iowa's state record large mouth bass was caught in Lake Fisher.
Southern Iowa Electric Cooperative provides the rural residents of Davis County with very reliable electric service. The Bloomfield Industrial Park's electrical needs are also serviced and supplied by Southern Iowa Electric Cooperative.
The city of Bloomfield has a municipal utility to provide all of the needs of its residents including electric, water, and sewer. Lake Fisher provides a very clean and dependable water source that the community is proud to call its own. Lake Fisher is also the home of the current state of Iowa record Large Mouth Bass.
Alliant Energy provides power to the remaining smaller communities in Davis County, including Pulaski, Drakesville, and Floris.
Citizens Mutual Telephone Company is the provider for telecommunication services in Davis County. The services provided include high speed internet access, telephone service, and first class local and long distance services. If you would like to learn more about Citizens Mutual click here.