The Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority provides drinking water for Atlantic City which is located on Absecon Island in Atlantic County. ACMUA came into existence on September 14, 1978 by action of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Atlantic City, who created it under the provisions of the New Jersey Municipal and County Utilities Law.
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ATLANTIC CITY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AUTHORITY'S CUSTOMERS:
AS A RESULT OF THE ALBANY CANAL PUNCTURE OF ATLANTIC CITY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AUTHORITY'S 36" PIPE AND CITY HYDRANT FLUSHING, SOME CUSTOMERS, (PARTICULARLY CHELSEA AND CHELSEA HEIGHTS AREAS) ARE EXPERIENCING BROWN WATER.
THESE RESIDUALS WILL BE FLUSHED OUT OF THE SYSTEM AS MORE WATER IS CONSUMED. CUSTOMERS EXPERIENCING BROWN WATER SHOULD RUN THEIR WATER UNTIL CLEAR.
THE ATLANTIC CITY MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AUTHORITY TESTS THE QUALITY OF WATER DELIVERED TO ALL NEIGHBORHOODS ON A DAILY BASIS. ALL WATER IN THE SYSTEM IS SAFE FOR DRINKING.
NEWS & EVENTS:
August 21, 2019
Next Monthly Board Meeting
Request for Qualifications:
December 17, 2018
Solar PPA RFP
Request for Bids:
Venice Lagoon Water Main Crossing
Proposal Contract Awarded:
June 18, 2019
Assistance for Floating Solar with
the New Jersey Department of New Jersey
Professional Contracts Awarded:
June 18, 2019
Repairs to Well # 12
IMPORTANT INFO ABOUT
YOUR DRINKING WATER