THE OFFICE WILL OPEN FOR WALK-IN PAYMENTS FROM 9:00 – NOON AND 1:00 – 3:00 M-F. YOU CAN CALL OUR TOLL FREE PAYMENT LINE 24/7 AT 844-925-2445, PAY ON-LINE HERE ON OUR WEBSITE, DROP YOUR PAYMENT IN OUR DROP BOX, OR MAIL IN YOUR PAYMENT.
Milford, Massachusetts 01757
UPDATE – AS OF 5/17/2021 – HYDRANT FLUSHING IS COMPLETE FOR THE TOWN.
The Milford Water Company will be starting its annual hydrant flushing program in the Town of Milford on Sunday, April 4, 2021. Flushing is scheduled at NIGHT between the hours of 8:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. and will continue throughout the months of April/May/June/July until the entire system has been completed. Hydrant flushing is conducted to remove any accumulated sediment from the water pipes that may impair water quality. The program also provides the opportunity to inspect hydrants to ensure they will operate properly in the event of a fire. During the flushing program you may notice a temporary loss in water pressure and water discoloration. Please run the water first before using for laundry.
Effective Monday, June 15, 2020, the Milford Water Company office will be open from 9:00 – noon and then from 1:00 to 3:00. Only one customer at a time will be allowed in the office and all must wear a protective face covering. The restrooms in the building are closed to the public until further notice.
You can call 844-925-2445 to make a credit card payment or leave your payment in the drop box located to the right of the main office door at 66 Dilla Street. You can also log-in to our on-line site by clicking on the View or Pay your Bill button on this web page.
- COVID-19 Mangers Update – Office Re-opening MWC COVID-19 Response Re-opening 06-11-2020 (0.1 MiB)
YOU NOW HAVE THE OPTION TO PAY YOUR ACCOUNT 24/7 WITH YOUR TELEPHONE BY CALLING OUR
TOLL FREE NUMBER 844-925-2445.
ALL YOU NEED IS YOUR WATER ACCOUNT NUMBER AND PAYMENT INFORMATION.
Milford Water Company’s Water Conservation Policy Relative to Irrigation Systems.
As part of its Mass Department of Public Utilities Approved Rules and Regulations M.D.P.U. No.19 – sheet 13 and in response to the Mass Department of Environmental Protection’s request to develop a more aggressive “Water Conservation Policy” to help meet future demands created a Water Conservation Policy. As part of that approved policy the following reference to lawn irrigation systems is in effect and has been since January 1, 2005.
Sheet 13, Section 17 – WATER CONSERVATION POLICY
(5) Banned all new lawn irrigation systems connected to the Company supply after January 1, 2005. If a customer installed a lawn irrigation system after January 1, 2005 and connected it to the Company’s supply, the Company requires the Customer to disconnect the banned irrigation system and the Company also reserves its right to terminate service to this customer until the irrigation system is disconnected.
THE WATER CONSERVATION LEVEL
Modified Stage II Water Conservation level is still in effect for 2021
What does this mean to you as a customer?
ALL OUTSIDE WATER USAGE INCLUDING IRRIGATION WATER IS LIMITED TO TWO DAYS A WEEK ALLOCATION PROGRAM BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7PM AND 7AM. This means that all outside water use is based on your house number, odd numbers may use water on SUNDAY AND THURSDAY and even numbers may use water on TUESDAY AND SATURDAY after 7pm and before 7am.
MWC DOES MONITOR FOR VIOLATORS OF THE CONSERVATION STAGES.
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 not need to increase our water restriction going forward.
PLEASE VISIT THE WATER CONSERVATION PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
DEP Drought Advisory Status Drought Letter 5-13-2021 (0.3 MiB)
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.
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