The Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority (ACMUA) came into existence on September 14, 1978 by action of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Atlantic City, who created it under the provisions of the New Jersey Municipal and County Utilities Law. On Jan 22, 1980, the ACMUA acquired the Atlantic City Water Utility and assumed operation and maintenance of the system.
Over the years, we have dedicated ourselves to producing drinking water that meets or does better than all state and federal drinking water standards. As regulations and drinking water standards change, it is our commitment to you to incorporate these changes system-wide in an expeditious and cost effective manner.
This edition covers all testing completed from January through December 2020. We are pleased to tell you that our compliance with all state and federal drinking water laws remains exemplary. As in the past, we are committed to delivering the best quality drinking water. To that end, we remain vigilant in meeting the challenges of source water protection, water conservation, and community education while continuing to serve the needs of all of our water users. We continually strive to adopt new and better methods of delivering the best quality drinking water. As regulations and drinking water standards change, it's our obligation to you to incorporate these changes system-wide in an expeditious and cost effective manner.
ACMUA provides drinking water for Atlantic City which is located on Absecon Island in Atlantic County. The Atlantic County Department of Regional Planning and Economic Development identifies the size of Atlantic City as 15.7 square miles (10,066 acres).
If you have any health concerns relating to the information provided in this report, we encourage you to contact your health care provider. For more information about the contents of this report or for any questions relating to your drinking water, please contact Anthony Palombi at (609) 641-0024, ext. 323
The Authority's main facilities include: