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.
MMU In The Community
You will find MMU and its staff heavily involved in the community. The staff volunteers many hours for local events and activities, sitting on various boards and committees, and promoting the community.
MMU is involved in education in our community by participating in school events, allowing our classes to tour the facilities, and public speaking for organizations.
MMU is participating in the local downtown renovation project by donating toward energy efficient items for the store fronts. This project, in conjunction with United Community Bank, has made great strides toward improving the look of our downtown and making it much more inviting for visitors.
Iowa One Call
Whether you’re trenching in a field, planting a tree or digging a foundation, Iowa law requires everyone to locate underground utilities before digging. First, contact Iowa One Call to begin the discovery process, then wait 48 hours (excluding Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays) before any digging begins. Call 811 before you dig.