Public Power

We provide reliable, efficient electricity to the City of Milford.

Clean Water

Milford Municipal Utilities uses West Lake Okoboji as its source to supply the City of Milford with quality and reliable water.

Iowa One Call

Always know what's below. Call 8-1-1 or 1-800-292-8989 before you dig.

Energy Efficiency

Conserve energy to preserve the future. Energy rebates available with MMU.

Consumer Confidence

Milford Municipal Utilities works hard to provide safe, drinkable water by monitoring and treating our water supply before it gets to your tap.

Milford Municipal Utilities

How can we help you?


MMU is proud to offer competitive water rates to our customers.  Sometimes taken for granted in the community, the importance of delivering safe and clean water to you and your family is THE top priority and huge responsibility of our caring, competent, and well-trained staff.


MMU is proud to offer some of the lowest electric rates to our customers. Underground infrastructure, generation capabilities, and a dedicated staff of linemen make us the best!


MMU is happy to offer a rebate program and “reward” those who install energy saving equipment. Get paid to save! Reduce energy waste and help lower your utility bill. These rebates are shown as a credit on your utility bill once submitted and approved. Please remember to include a copy of your receipt with the form. 

Milford Municipal Utilities (MMU) is located in Milford, Iowa, the Gateway to the Iowa Great Lakes. MMU provides the citizens of Milford with electric and water service. The Milford community has reaped the benefits of having municipal water utilities since 1909 and municipal electric utilities since 1934. MMU is committed to providing the most reliable and affordable service possible. Publicly owned utilities enable Milford to make many of its own decisions about electric and water rates and services. Public utilities are directly accountable to the people they serve through the officials appointed by the Mayor.

Latest News & Announcements

2021-2022 Iowa Home Energy Assistance Program

The 2021-2022 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowa homeowners and renters pay for a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season. For more information here is the link: FY22 LIHEAP Bill Insert

Add a “PS” to help a Neighbor

You can make a difference for one of your neighbors. Some of your less fortunate neighbors are worrying about how they’ll keep their families warm during the colder months. You can help, through Project Share.  Project Share is a plan created to help needy house-holds pay a portion of their utility bills.  You can add…

Pole Top Rescue

The Electrical team had training on Pole Top & Bucket Rescue. Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities conducts safety training, Evan is doing the rescue while Brady is learning.

Upcoming Events

Nov. 15 Board Meeting at 6:15

Nov. 20 Bills are due

Nov. 25- Office Closed

Nov. 26 -Office Closed

Dec 6 - Board Meeting at 6:15