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About Massanutten Public Service Corporation

Massanutten Public Service Corporation is a private water and wastewater utility provider. We take great pride in delivering safe and reliable utility services to the Massanutten community.

But our commitment goes beyond providing essential utility services. We care about the health and wellbeing of our customers, employees, and our environment. And we actively contribute to the communities where we live and work. This commitment is expressed in our Company Purpose.

"We help people enjoy a better life and communities thrive."

You can learn more about us and the work we do in your community by following our News page.

Your Utility at a Glance

Massanutten Public Service Corp. has been providing utility services for over 50 years and all our activities are regulated by the Virginia State Corporation Committee and the Virginia Department of Health. We employ utilities professionals from the communities we serve with a main location in McGaheysville.

Drinking Water Infrastructure

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Production Capacity
1,360,000 GPD

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Distribution Mains
22.35 miles

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Potable Wells
4 Wells

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Surface Water Plants
5 Plants

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Storage Capacity
1,550,000 gal

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Storage Tanks
5 Tanks


Wastewater Infrastructure

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Treatment Capacity
1.5 MGD

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Treatment Plants
2 Plants

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Collection Mains
30.81 miles

Investing in Your Utility

We're committed (and obligated by regulators) to invest in older systems to bring them up to modern standards, and maintaining all systems in optimal operating condition through upgrade and replacement programs. 

Even the smallest utility systems require significant investments. But unlike other public infrastructure — roads, bridges, airports, transit, etc. — most water and wastewater infrastructure is never seen, yet we rely on it 24/7. Learn more about how utility systems work.