All of the utility services necessary to have a thriving and successful business are available in Clive. The City of Clive provides for the distribution of drinking water and the conveyance of wastewater. Mid-American Energy Company provides electric and natural gas services to the entire city with multiple providers in the area of telecommunications, including CenturyLink, Iowa Network Services and Mediacom.

City of Clive - Water and Wastewater

635436066771630000The City of Clive operates muncipal utility services for water distribution and wastewater conveyance. The City purchases treated drinking water from Des Moines Water Works (DMWW) with City staff providing maintenance and oversight of the distribution system located within the City limits, including water storage facilities, pumps and water mains. Below are some statistics describing the City's water distribution capacity:

Average Capacity: 1.88 million gallons per day (mgd)
Peak Demand: 4.7 mgd
Storage Capacity: 2.5 mg
Cost per 1,000 gallons: $7.10

For wastewater the City contracts with the Des Moines Wastewater Reclamation Authority (WRA) to provide wastewater treatment for Clive. City staff operate and maintain the City's wastewater conveyance system within the City limits. The City's local sewer trunk system connects with the WRA's major sewer trunk system to convey the wastewater to the WRA's treatment facility on the southeast side of Des Moines. Below are some statistics describing the City's wastewater conveyance capacity.

Average Demand: 2.4 million gallons per day (mgd)
Peak Demand: 3.4 mgd

Cost per 1,000 gallons: $5.06

MidAmerican Energy Company - Electric and Natural Gas

MidAmerian Energy is Iowa's largest energy company. Headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, the company provides service to customers in a 10,600-square mile area in Iowa, Illinois, South Dakota and Nebraska. MidAmerican is responsible for electric and natural gas services for all businesses and residents in the City of Clive. Please visit MidAmerican's website for more information on their electric and natural gas rates.

In 2013 MidAmerican is asking the Iowa Utilities Board for an increase in the electric utility base rates and charges with a proposed effective date of June 16, 2013. For specific information on this rate case please visit this website setup by MidAmerican to explain the reason for the proposed rate increases.