The City of Milford has 4 well facilities consisting of 11 wells. Our water source is groundwater. Wells draw from the Frederica, Federalsburg, Columbia, and Milford aquifers, drawing approximately 2.5 million gallons of water a day.
Purification & Quality
Water is treated with chlorine and fluoride, which is checked daily as the state requires. Reports are also sent in monthly and a total is sent in annually as well.Water quality reports are completed once a year and sent to each business and resident.
Crews are on call 24 hours a day for water leaks from residential services or water main breaks. After hours, the Police Department can contact on-call personnel.
Note: Brown water will sometimes occur.To alleviate this issue,run an outside spigot for a few minutes until the water runs clear again.
About Milford's Wastewater Treatment
The Wastewater Department is responsible for maintaining 16 pump stations. The city's wastewater is pumped through our waste station and then out to the Kent County Treatment Plant in Frederica.