The City of Vandalia Electric Utility has ample capacity to supply your facility’s electrical needs. The City maintains 6 feeder circuits, which distribute power at 2400 delta and 4160 wye voltages. The City is now in the process of converting its entire distribution system to 4160 wye. The distribution system also contains a number of capacitors banks, which maintains system voltage.
Because we have ample supply and our own distribution system, you can be confident that we can meet your needs. Our crews are members of our community and will be there when you need service.
Vandalia’s natural gas provider is Ameren UE, which owns and operates the distribution system. Ameren UE can provide the gas service your company needs. Ameren UE has a strong commitment to economic development. Representatives are available to assist new business and existing customers alike.
The City of Vandalia owns and operates its water supply to meet the needs of its community and your company. The municipal water supply comes from a 40 acre, 160 million gallon reservoir located approximately eight miles Northeast of the Vandalia City Limits. The City’s water treatment plant has the capacity to treat and produce 720,000 gallons of water per day. Present average consumption is approximately 200,000 gallons per day with peak season consumption just over 250,000 gallons per day.
The City of Vandalia’s wastewater treatment facility consists of a four-cell irrigation lagoon, with farm land irrigation capabilities. The facility is capable of treating 600,000 gallons daily. The current load is approximately 400,000 gallons daily.
The City of Vandalia contracts with Dayne’s Waste Disposal of Mexico, Missouri for residential garbage disposal. Residential curbside collection is provided. Residential recycling is accomplished through curbside collection once per month as well. Business owners are not required to obtain solid waste disposal from Dayne’s, although the company does provide the service. Other area disposal services include: Browning-Ferris Industries, Quincy, Illinois; Fountain’s Disposal and Cardinal Waste, Mexico, Missouri.
Vandalia is served by Windstream, Missouricom (573) 835-2997, Alsat (573) 564-2031, and Spectrum (618) 971-8723, providing high-speed broadband Internet, phone service and digital TV packages to residential customers as well as products for small, medium and large businesses and government agencies.