Madison Charter Township Department of Public Works is responsible for the treatment and distribution of the Townships drinking water system for approximately 1200 metered customers within the Township limits, and approximately 250 customers outside the Madison Township limits. The Townships drinking water source comes from groundwater which is pumped, treated and distributed from two wells which are located on Baldwin Hwy. The Department of Public Works is responsible for the operation and maintenance of more than 52 miles of water main, 316 fire hydrants, 400 isolation control valves and the Townships water storage tower which has a storage capacity of 250,000 gallons of water. The water tower provides water pressure to the Townships water system and ensures water supplies are available for firefighting operations.
The Department of Public works is also responsible for the Townships sewer collection system which consists of approximately 30 miles of sewer pipes and six sewer pump stations located throughout the Township.
Make checks payable to: Madison Township
Services will be shut off 10 days after due date if bill is unpaid
FAILURE TO RECEIVE A BILL DOES NOT WAIVE PAST DUE PENALTY
If your water bill seems high check immediately for leaks in your system. A dripping faucet or other unsuspected leaks may be the cause of a high bill.
WATER WASTE AT 40 POUND PRESSURE