2021 Consumer Confidence Report - CCR 

Credit Card Payments by Phone: (833) 362-3800



September 22, 2022 (10:30AM) - BOIL WATER NOTICE LIFTED for 101-404 N Logan Blvd, Burnham (notice)



Water line flushing will begin on September 19, 2022(click here for the flushing schedule)

Flushing is an important maintenance function that is done annually

  • The flushing operation removes any sediment that has accumulated in the water main.
  • Limit water usage when the crews are flushing in your neighborhood.
  • During the flushing process, there will be temporary periods of:
  • dirty water
  • loss of pressure
  • Extended periods or total loss of pressure should be reported to the business office, at 717 248-0165.

Specific areas will be notified via a SWIFTREACH telephone notification.

Visit the water quality page for more information.



DROUGHT WATCH - Voluntary Conservation

DEP Acting Secretary Ramez Ziadeh, on behalf of Governor Tom Wolf, announced drought declarations on August 31, 2022.

36 counties were added to the drought watch. The following is the list of counties under a drought declaration:

Berks, Bucks, Bradford, Cameron, Carbon, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Columbia, Dauphin, Delaware, Juniata, Lackawanna, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Lycoming, McKean, Mifflin, Monroe, Montgomery, Montour, Northampton, Northumberland, Perry, Philadelphia, Pike, Potter, Schuylkill, Snyder, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union, Wayne, and Wyoming.

The declarations are in response to low stream flows, declining groundwater levels, and below-normal precipitation primarily across counties in the northern and eastern portions of Pennsylvania.

More information can be found at the DEP Website: Drought Information. Drought updates are posted on this website regularly to keep you informed of emerging conditions. The website also either provides links to information that is useful for monitoring conditions in your local area and various methods of conserving water.

Remember, in a drought watch, we should all be seeking to reduce water use by about 5 percent through voluntary conservation measures.



The 2022 Capital Project - Valley Street, Lewistown - Water Main Replacement


Water service line connections to the new water main have begun. Prepare for a temporary interruption of water service when the service line is connected to the new water main. When you see the construction crew working in front of your property, minimize water usage during this time. The sidewalk will be closed.



PennDOT Press Release 05/26/2022

Detours and road closures are in place for worker safety and to expedite construction. LOCAL TRAFFIC is permitted for residents and businesses. Any detour will be lifted each day after the work shift is complete.

Detour Route: Southbound traffic (US 322 to downtown). Use Walnut Street, Logan Street, and Chestnut Street before returning to Valley Street.




Do you need assistance with an overdue water bill?

MCMA participates in the Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP). This program ends 10/28/22. The program is a temporary emergency program to help low-income families pay overdue water bills. The program is administered by the Mifflin County Assistance Office. Apply online www.compass.state.pa.us Click here - Application

To receive LIHWAP help...

  • Apply at the Mifflin County Assistance Office (you don't have to be on public assistance)
  • Have an overdue water bill you are responsible for paying
  • Meet the household income guidelines

Assistance is also available through Mifflin County Human Services, Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP).  Apply online www.compass.state.pa.us or download forms at www.co.mifflin.pa.us or call 717-447-5121.


PA DEP Announcement!!

For the 14th consecutive year, the LAUREL CREEK FILTRATION PLANT receives the prestigious Pennsylvania Area Wide Optimization Program (AWOP) Award recognizing outstanding efforts toward optimizing filter plant turbidity performance! The program focuses on:

  • Increasing public health protection
  • Proactively achieving regulatory compliance
  • Improving treatment plant performance
  • Maintaining high water quality throughout the distribution system

Link to additional program information

The LAUREL CREEK FILTRATION plant is one of five filtration plants STATEWIDE that has received this award!

MCMA continues to fulfill the core mission value of QUALITY water production and delivery every day to every customer.


MCMA alternate payment channels:
-Night Deposit Slot - Front Door (Right)
-Customer Portal www.mifflincountyh2o.com/payment-options/
-Bank Account Draft-FREE
-Credit Card by Phone-$2.95 fee (833) 362-3800

Water Service Applications for new water service or existing service transfers of water service can be initiated by telephone. Please call MCMA office staff Monday through Friday for complete details.

Mifflin County Municipal Authority (MCMA)

MCMA, established in 2020, serves residents in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. MCMA is committed to providing our consumers with a safe, reliable, and affordable supply of high-quality drinking water. MCMA provides potable drinking water, through a complex maze of almost 300 miles of transmission and distribution mains, as well as providing fire protection through over 600 fire hydrants.

Taking a closer look. Click here to see details on water service to your local Township or Borough.

MCMA proudly serves customers in Armagh Township, Brown Township, Burnham Borough, Derry Township, Granville Township, Juniata Terrace Borough, Lewistown Borough and Union Township.

MCMA serves an average of 2.5 million gallons of water per day to a population of approximately 30,000 from the Laurel Creek Reservoir, the primar​y surface water source.


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