Electric power is supplied to the village of Hemingford’s municipal distribution system by Nebraska Public Power District’s (NPPD) sub-transmission substation located on the west edge of Hemingford. NPPD’s sub-transmission substation has a 2,500 kVA, 34.5/4.16kV transformer and serves the entire electric needs of the village.RESIDENTIAL (summer/winter) rates: $16.75 base charge for meter $.115 per kw COMMERCIAL (summer June 1 – Sept 31) rate: $125.00 flat rate .0859 per unit DEMAND: $16.75 per Kw COMMERCIAL (winter Oct 1 – May 31) rate: $125.00 flat rate .0769 per unit DEMAND: $14.00 per Kw Mercury Vapor light: $9.50 per month
The municipal water system in Hemingford is supplied by five wells, which have an average depth of 320 feet. The system has a combined pumping capacity of 1,200 gallons per minute and an overhead storage capacity of 210,000 gallons. Groundwater is available for industrial uses. A 360-foot well will produce 175 gallons of water per minute. The quality of water in Hemingford does not necessitate a water treatment plant.Current rate: $24.50 base charge for meter $1.70 per 1,000 gallons
SewerHemingford has a municipal sanitary sewerage system and a storm sewer system. The outfall lagoon treatment plant was built in 1929 to serve a population of 2,000. Current rate: $12.00
Solid Waste Disposal
The Village of Hemingford is a member of the Solid Waste Agency of Northwest Nebraska (SWANN). SWANN provides the compact communities with collection, transportation and disposal of solid waste in a landfill 53 miles north of Hemingford.Residential household: $21.75 1/3 dumpster: $22.48 1/2 dumpster: $32.73 Full dumpster: $54.10 Apartment: $21.60
Natural gas (Black Hills Energy)
Telecommunications services are provided by Mobius with a digital central office. Local Internet through dialup and high speed DSL is available through Mobius. Hemingford Telephone and other providers are available with long distance charges.
New or existing service: contact 308-487-5500