The Borough of Mifflinburg owns and operates a modern water treatment plant and distribution system. Water service is provided individually to Borough residents and through intermunicipal services agreement to three surrounding townships.
The Borough’s water system was established and constructed in 1898. The original system was all gravity flow from a groundwater source located several miles west of the Borough. In 1995 a water filtration plant was constructed and water meters were installed to monitor customer consumption. Currently three water sources are used to provide quality water supply. The Borough’s water system is permitted and closely monitored by the PA Department of Environmental Protection. Stringent testing and monitoring are part of the daily operations.
Additional Water Resources:
- Water Rates
- Water Tapping Fees
- Mifflinburg’s Water Ordinance – see Chapter 28 Water
- Annual Drinking Water Report (Consumer Confidence Report / PDF File)
Water Meter Replacement
As you are aware, the Borough is currently working on replacing all water meters in the system. Residents will be receiving phone calls to schedule a time for Borough employees to replace your water meter. Please contact the Borough Office to update your contact information, return our calls when we reach out to schedule an appointment for the work and please make sure your water meter is easily accessible for the Borough employees to get to.