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The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority

19 Saddle Road · Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927

Phone 973-326-6880 · Fax 973-326-9521

 

 

 

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Please be advised that we are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our telephone system. 

In order to reach the Authority temporarily, please dial 973-326-9634

In the event of an emergency, please contact the Morris Township Police Department at 973-539-0777.

We anticipate our service provider having the system up and running by noon on Monday, November 24, 2014.

We apologize for this inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

 

 

 

 

SMCMUA

19 Saddle Road

Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927

 

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Customer Service: 973-326-6880

Operations Phone: 973-326-6860

 

For after hours emergencies,

dial (973) 326-6860.

 

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The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA or Authority) provides high quality drinking water to customers in Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains and Hanover Township with some service in Mendham Township and Harding Township, all in Morris County, New Jersey.

 

On a typical day, about 100,000 people rely on SMCMUA's commitment to high quality for their drinking water needs.  With over 15,000 residential and 2,500 commercial/industrial accounts, SMCMUA is Morris County's largest water purveyor.

 

Take a moment to look at the latest water quality data in our Water Quality Report section.  Want some tips on water conservation?  Check out the Water Conservation page.  Trouble understanding your bill?  Our Customer Service page in the Services section will try to help you.  There is a wealth of information available about the water system and its history in the Operations section.

 

SMCMUA is a regional governmental authority created by law and governed by N.J.S.A. 40:14b-1 et seq.  You can check out public meeting dates and review Board meeting agendas on the Board Activities page.

 

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The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority is a participating member of a number of water related associations.  Additional information about water quality, supply and other environmental issues can be obtained from the following professional organizations:

Association of Environmental Authorities

NJ Section, American Water Works Association 

American Water Works Association

Water Research Foundation


You can also visit the websites of the Authority's Creating Municipalities by clicking the links below:

Township of Hanover

Township of Morris

Town of Morristown

Borough of Morris Plains

 

Clyde Potts Reservoir


The Southeast Morris County Utilities Authority’s primary mission is to maintain, operate and improve the potable water supply and distribution system for the protection of public health and safety.  In order to achieve this mission, the Authority has established the following goals:

  • Provide responsive and timely customer service.

  • Strive to achieve excellence in meeting or exceeding (surpassing) all of the regulatory requirements in accordance with the Safe Drinking and Clean Water Acts.

  • Maintain a progressive water quality monitoring program beyond regulatory requirements.

  • Maintain structured preventative maintenance and asset management programs for reliable system operations.

  • Cost control measures:

    • Ensure efficient revenue collections.

    • Work to streamline operating expenditures such as energy and chemical purchases.

    • Maintain a five (5) year and beyond capital improvement program so that these investments are the most cost effective over the full life-cycle of our virtual (cyber) and physical systems and equipment, and that these investments are strategic in order to minimize costs and to maintain a system that is resilient in response to undefined events such as severe weather or breaches in security.

  • Invest in the professional development of our human assets (staff) in particular for necessary succession planning and for credentialing so that staff remain qualified to conduct Authority business in line with industry best practices and technologic challenges.


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