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This is an important message from New Oxford Municipal Authority. Due to the fire at Miller Chemical in Hanover, PA Monday, June 8th, NOMA is asking all customers to monitor their water usage and conserve as much water as possible. As of 10:00 AM on June 9th, NOMA will be enacting mandatory water use restrictions and is asking you the customer to use only essential water use. This means there should not be any outside water use such as watering lawns, hosing sidewalks, power washing, filling swimming pools. NOMA and the entire customer base appreciates everyone’s full cooperation. The water that is being supplied to the customers does meet all the requirements that are outlined in the Safe Water Act and is safe to consume. Please feel free to contact NOMA at 717-624-9399.
**Well Water Customers – Please see Public Notices top left side **
Until further notice, the Adams County Department of Emergency Services would like to advise that boating, fishing and swimming be prohibited along the Conewago Creek in these municipalities. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection and the State Fish and Game Commission is aware of the presence of contaminants in the water, the loss of wildlife due to the contamination and these officials are monitoring the conditions. We’ve been told that it may take a week or so for the contaminants to wash downstream and or dissipate. Officials are considering other options and more information will be forthcoming. In the meantime, please feel free to contact DEP directly at (717) 705-4700. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
The New Oxford Municipal Authority, (NOMA) was created in 1958 for the purpose of serving the community’s waste water treatment needs. Over the years, NOMA has expanded its operation to provide water to Oxford Township, Hamilton Township, Berwick Township, and the Borough of New Oxford. NOMA operates a water plant originally built in 1913 and also a waste water treatment plant constructed in 1960. With the pairing of these facilities, NOMA has been able to offer regional water and waste water service to local residents.
New Oxford Municipal Authority Expands!
As of July 17, 2012 N.O.M.A. purchased the entire Oxford Township sewer system.
We are pleased to announce the completion of our work replacing the water and sewer lines on Carlisle Street. Click here to see our current and upcoming projects >
NEW! Biller Portal for Online Payments
Beginning March 13, 2015 New Oxford Municipal Authority customers, will have the opportunity to pay their water/sewage bills with a credit card or ACH online using the secure and convenient PNC online payment plan.