Learn how to protect water pipes during cold weather – and what to do if pipes freeze.
MPBMA has been awarded a Schuylkill Highlands grant of $10,000 for the assessment of Crystal Lake.
In conjunction with the MPBMA’s Source Water Protection committee, both the Antietam Valley’s Boy Scout Troop #377 and Girl Scout Troop #1653, with many family members, participated in an environmental lake clean-up on April 29, 2017.
We are pleased to present the 2016 MPBMA Annual Drinking Water Quality Report.
View the recent certificate of analysis and water test results as required by PaDEP.
The Antietam Valley’s storm drain stenciling project is a cooperative effort of the Mt. Penn Water Authority’s Source Water Protection program and the Mt. Penn Borough and Lower Alsace Township’s (MS4) storm water pollution prevention program. Two campers, Ava Adamczyk and Lyndsey Kline, from the Antietam Valley Playground program designed the storm drain stencil shown above. The stencil will be painted on the street curbs near storm drains throughout the Antietam Valley by local volunteers, such as boy/girl scout troops. The stenciling project is aimed at preventing trash, pet waste, household chemicals and other pollutants from entering the Antietam Creek.
The staff at MPBMA work around the clock to provide top quality water to every tap. To maintain a clean dependable water supply, they need your help. Download the “Watershed Guide” brochure.