Utilities for Zionsville Indiana


Unsure about how to switch utilities to your new home in Zionsville, Indiana? Fortunately, utility companies in the area know how to make your new move seamless, with an array of customer service and online payment services.

Neighborhood Data

Zionsville is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic suburbs of Indianapolis, growing in size from 5,000 to more than 25,000 residents just since the 1990s.  It’s a popular choice for commuters, as it is one of the closest suburbs to Indianapolis, and home to excellent schools, a charming downtown shopping, and cultural district, and solid local infrastructure.

Steps to Take

With all the tasks that come with organizing your move, it’s easy to let your utility sign-ups wait until the last minute.  But to ensure you have the service you need on the day you need it, it is best to call your utilities as soon as you know your move date, even if this is a month in advance. This will give them time to properly notify the billing department and get your shut off day scheduled in the system.

When moving out of your old home, it is generally a good idea to just go ahead and pay for an extra day or two of utility coverage when you sign off your accounts and pay your last bill. This will help cover things if there is a lag between when you move out your possessions and when the next owner moves in. If you have plans to go back and clean up or go back to retrieve a forgotten item, you’ll have the power to cover your needs.

Conversely, it is also a good idea, if it is possible, to get your power transferred over to your name as soon as you take possession of the keys to your new house. In Zionsville, Duke Energy is the electric provider and Vectren provides natural gas if your home has gas heat. In addition to calling these companies, contact the owner of the home you may be purchasing to ensure everyone understands who is paying for what, and for how long. This is especially important in the wintertime! Nothing kills that “new house” excitement like busted pipes!

Water, Trash, Phone, Cable

Because the Indianapolis area is a landlocked area with few bodies of water, the area provides water to its residents through an extensive system of wells. So, be advised…most people in this rather upscale area consider having a water softener a necessity, not a luxury. It is a good idea to have one for your own comfort, as well as the resale value of your home. Though Zionsville is its own municipality, it is close enough to Indianapolis that residents get their water from the Indianapolis Water Company.

Trash collection is once a week in Zionsville, and your pickup day will vary based on your address. Recycling is every other week, on the same day of the week your trash is picked up.

When it comes to phone and cable, the Internet is a good place to start to find competitive product and service information about what is available in your area. We’ve provided links below to the services that are available in Zionsville. High-speed Internet access is easy to find, as well as strong national cellular service/data, and satellite television. Brighthouse and AT&T cover the entire city for internet access.

Easy Utility Hookups with Right Contacts

Use the links below to find the best utilities in Zionsville, Indiana including Electric Companies, Water, Sewer, & Garbage Services, Natural Gas Companies, and Service Providers.

Electric Companies

Duke Energy – Among the largest electric power holding companies in the United States, Duke Energy provides electricity services to 7.6 million retail customers in six states. Their commercial business owns and operates diverse power generation assets including renewable energy assets in North America.

Boone REMCBoone REMC is a member of Indiana Electric Cooperatives and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association and is a Touchstone Energy® cooperative serving more than 12,000 members and 14,000 meters across Boone, Clinton, Hamilton, Hendricks, and Montgomery counties.

Water, Sewer & Garbage Services

Citizens Energy GroupCitizens provides water service to customers in the 8-county Indianapolis area. Citizens also supplies water to area communities with their own water utilities including Speedway, Brownsburg, and Lawrence. Citizens provides wastewater services to customers in Marion County. It also has wastewater service agreements with Ben Davis Conservancy District, Boone County Utilities, City of Beech Grove, City of Lawrence, City of Greenwood, Hamilton Southeastern Utilities, Inc., and Tri-County Conservancy District.

Ray’s Trash ServiceRay’s Trash Service, Inc. is the largest independent recycling and waste disposal operation in the Indianapolis area. Ray’s Trash Service is a family-operated business that has been providing the Indianapolis area with quality recycling and waste disposal services since 1965.

Natural Gas Companies

VectrenVectren Corporation is an energy holding company headquartered in Evansville, Ind. Vectren Utility Holdings, Inc., Vectren’s wholly owned subsidiary, serves as the intermediate holding company for three operating utilities: Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio (VEDO), Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana – North (Vectren North), and Vectren Energy Delivery of Indiana – South (Vectren South).

Service Providers

AT&TAT&T Communications provides mobile, broadband, video and other communications services to U.S.-based consumers and more than 3 million companies – from the smallest business to nearly all the Fortune 1000. Revenues from these services totaled more than $150 billion in 2017.

Spectrum – Delivering a wide range of TV, internet and voice services to residential and business consumers through the Spectrum brand, Charter Communications is the third-largest multichannel video service provider in the US by total subscribers.

ComcastXfinity from Comcast provides TV, high-speed Internet, phone and home security services to consumers across the country. With a variety of packages available to suit multiple lifestyles, Xfinity can be the right answer for many consumers.

DirectTVDirecTV provides digital television services through AT&T, via satellite technology. DirectTV offers a wide variety of TV packages, centered around streaming live and on-demand titles, DVR capabilities and access to premium networks.

Verizon – Offering phone hardware and coverage, as well as Fios TV, Verizon is among the largest telecommunications companies operating in the US.

DISH – The fourth-largest multichannel video service provider in the US by total subscribers, DISH Provides pay-TV service to more than 13 million consumers. Direct satellite broadcast and over-the-top IPTV service Sling TV are among the products it offers to consumers.