The Council Bluffs region is served by MidAmerican Energy and several rural electric cooperatives, which consistently provides reliable service to customers and energy rates below regional or national averages.
Black Hills Energy serves the Council Bluffs region. properties in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska allowing buying clout that ensures its customers the most competitive prices.
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Each municipality provides water service to their respective area. The region also has rural water districts serving areas outside the municipal boundaries. The region’s abundant water supply is fed by the Missouri River.
The Council Bluffs new water treatment facility is designed to increase its capacity by 5 million gallons per day.
Each municipality operates sewage treatment facilities for their respective areas.
The metropolitan area is a national leader in telecommunications and related industries, being strategically located at the convergence of several national fiber optic networks with multiple points of presence (POPs) located in the metro area.
Council Bluffs, Iowa is one of only five locations in the U.S., and the only location in the Midwest, with a billion-dollar investment in server farms. (Source: Data Center Knowledge, 2013)
In Council Bluffs, local telephone service is offered by CenturyLink. Services include frame relay service, ISDN, SHARP, transparent LAN service, and synchronous service transport.
Cox Communications also offers local telephone service.
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