Flora Utilities


The utility company currently serves approximately 1,200 customers in the Flora and Bringhurst areas of Carroll County, Indiana. The town of Flora is a member of the Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA), which is a state-wide joint action agency that offers a power system that delivers low cost, reliable power to all of their customers. Also Flora is a member of the Indiana Municipal Electric Association (IMEA).

Water Quality
DSCF0147Flora Water Consumer, we are pleased to present to you this year’s Annual Water Quality Report.  This report is designed to inform you about the water quality and services we deliver to you every day.

2023 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

Online Energy Tool Helps Consumers

Consumers looking to lower their home energy costs now have access to a free and easy way to beat the rising cost of electricity.  The Indiana Municipal Power Agency, the Town of Flora’s wholesale power provider, has launched a free online energy audit designed to help consumers make their homes more energy efficient. This interactive tool shows consumers exactly how much money they can save if they implement certain conservation measures.

By simply clicking on the “energy calculators” button consumers have access to valuable, money-saving tips and personal insight into their individual energy consumption.  The Home Energy Calculator enables you to enter details about your home, such as square footage, number of occupants and average temperature settings, as well as information on appliances and electronics.  The calculator estimates your annual and monthly electric bills and rates the overall energy efficiency of your home on a scale of 1 to 10.

Audit your home and check out more energy efficiency tips at www.IMPA.com.

The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is the not-for-profit wholesale power provider to 52 cities and towns across Indiana and one Ohio community who own and operate the municipal electric distribution systems in their communities. IMPA member communities deliver electric service to approximately 300,000 individuals throughout the state.  For more information, visit www.IMPA.com.