A large number of dredged slurry are produced in the coastal area. In order to study the treatment methods of dredged slurry, an indoor model test was conducted to improve dredged slurry in Wenzhou area by stepped vacuum preloading combined with intermittent electroosmosis, and the time of intermittent power-on and intermittent stepped voltage electroosmosis were examined. The vacuum pressure, current, drainage and surface settlement were monitored during the test. After the test, the moisture content, vane shear strength of soil and the corrosion quality of electrodes were measured. The test results showed that although the longer the time of intermittent power-on, the better the consolidation effect of soil, when the time of intermittent power-on exceeded 24 hours, the effect of soil improvement began to weaken; however, the corrosion quality of electrodes and the average energy consumption coefficient of intermittent electroosmosis were still positively correlated with the time of intermittent power-on. In addition, compared with the stepped vacuum preloading combined with intermittent electroosmosis method, the stepped vacuum preloading combined with intermittent stepped voltage electroosmosis method obtained better soil improvement, the corrosion quality of electrodes and the average energy consumption coefficient of intermittent electroosmosis of which were also significantly reduced.