Central Brown County Water Authority
MPU partnered with the Central Brown County Water Authority (CBCWA) to provide clean, safe water to the city of DePere, the villages of Allouez, Bellevue and Howard, and the towns of Lawrence and Ledgeview. The agreement, dated July 20, 2004, assures that for the six communities served by the CBCWA, water quality and quantity will no longer be a concern. And Manitowoc water customers benefit with rates that will be more stable due to the increased customer base, and state-of-the-art treatment facilities – financed by the CBCWA – to meet its customer demand.
The partnership resulted in new water pumping, filtration, and storage systems at MPU, and a 65-mile water transmission pipeline from Manitowoc to the six communities, delivering 8.2 million gallons of fresh water each day – a $106 million investment for the CBCWA.
Learn more about CBCWA by visiting their website.
Village of Reedsville Water and Sewer Utilities
In 2015 MPU signed a five year intergovernmental agency services agreement with the Village of Reedsville. The agreement was extended in 2020 for an additional five year term. MPU provides the ongoing operational and technical services related to operation of Reedsville’s water and wastewater system. Under the terms of the agreement, MPU provides daily staffing and back up support for the utility; prepares necessary budgets; provides laboratory testing and reporting to regulatory agencies, and oversees outside service contracts from other suppliers. MPU appreciates the opportunity to expand our services to Reedsville aligning with our vision "to be a thriving and innovative regional utility service provider that exceeds customer expectations."
Learn more about Reedsville by visiting their website.