Environmental Program

Springbrook Creek at Leeson Park


All wastewater treatment facilities that treat an average of five million gallons/day or more are required by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to have an approved Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP). An IPP  must include all federal regulations under 40 CFR 403 and state requirements under NR 211. In Wisconsin the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) directly oversees the City’ s program.


Admin building



The City of Beloit Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) was commissioned in November of 1991 and has maintained an outstanding record of compliance in meeting its National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. In addition, the WPCF and individual employees have been recognized with state, regional and national awards for achievements in design, safety, pretreatment, process control and collection system maintenance.

Water Utility
Gateway Tower






The City of Beloit Water Utility strives to provide high quality, dependable water service to its customers in the Greater Beloit area.

Storm Water Utility






The City of Beloit is required to comply with the Stormwater Phase II Final Rule implemented by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Water Act. This rule requires the City to implement Stormwater regulations as administered by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources  (WDNR).

Public Education

 PW Foxx

 PW Foxx is the City of Beloit Public Works Department mascot. Check out these great public education  websites!

Last updated 1/29/2018