5/23/19 - KDSM update - WHO has agreed to allow KDSM to broadcast using their 13.3 channel. So what that means for you as an IMU Fiber TV customer is this. WHO pulled down 2 SD (standard definition) channels to broadcast KDSM 17 in HD. (high definition) WHO Antenna TV channel 15 and WHO This TV channel 16 are now off the air. KDSM channel 17 is back on in its normal place. KDSM channels 18,19 and 20 are still off air as well. This will continue until KDSM has completed their antenna repairs.

Indianola's electric rates in 1890 were

$0.75/month for commercial

and $0.60/month for residential.

IMU’s water plant pumps an 

average of 1.2 MILLION gallons

of raw water PER DAY.

IMU currently maintains approx. 6,300 electric meters and 22.4 miles of 69kV transmission line.

The IMU water plant is designed to treat 3.3 MILLION gallons of water PER DAY.

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Serving Indianola’s Residents Since 1890

Indianola Municipal Utilities (IMU) is located in Indianola, Iowa and provides the city with electric, water and network services. The Indianola community has enjoyed the benefits of a locally owned, not-for-profit utility since 1890. Many changes have taken place since those early years, but one thing has remained the same – our commitment to providing the most reliable, affordable service possible.

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