Today, December 10, 2016 – if you are experiencing discolored water it is because of a pump failure at the Dilla Street pump station. We have technicians working to resolve the issue. Please run one COLD water faucet only preferably from your kitchen for about 10 minutes to clear your water line. If it does not clear after 10 minutes, shut off the water and wait for at least one hour before tying again. Do not run your hot water as you do not want to pull the discolored into the water tank. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience while we work to resolve the issue with the water pump.
AS OF AUGUST 1st, 2016 THE WATER CONSERVATION LEVEL IS AT
MWC DOES MONITOR FOR VIOLATORS OF THE CONSERVATION STAGES AND WILL ISSUE A WRITTEN WARNING FOR THE FIRST VIOLATION.
SUBSEQUENT VIOLATION WILL RESULT IN THE TERMINATION OF WATER SERVICE. ONCE THE SERVICE HAS BEEN TERMINATED THE COST OF THE RESTORATION WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER.
The Milford Water Company at this time would like to thank all of its customers for their cooperation in this matter and hope that by CONSERVING now we will able to lift the restrictions going forward.
PLEASE VISIT THE WATER CONSERVATION PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
These pictures were taken at Echo Lake in September 2016.
Thank you for visiting our web site that is now mobile friendly. The goal of the site is to give you accurate and up-to-date information about your water supply in Milford. This site will allow us to do that in a more efficient manner.
You will find information here on a wide variety of subjects including paying your bill on-line, what to do when you are buying or selling your house, reports on water quality, and history of the company. We hope you will take the time to explore the site’s contents and come back and visit us often.
Your confidence in the water supply is our top priority and we will continue to strive to earn your trust. We welcome your comments and feedback.David Condrey