11 East Broadway, P.O. Box 190
Red Lion, PA 17356

Red Lion, Pennsylvania

(717) 244-3475

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Red Lion Borough Announcements:
Our offices will be closed on Friday, July 3rd for the holiday.

The Splash Pad is unable to open. We cannot limit the number of people entering and cannot enforce social distancing. Red Lion Borough does not have the staff to continually monitor and sanitize the pad, changing rooms and facilities. We have made these decisions for the safety of the children and parents using the pad.

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Red Lion Municipal Authority
11 East Broadway
P.O. Box 190
Red Lion, PA 17356
717-244-3475, Option 3
Emergency Telephone Number:
717-244-9387
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8AM - 4:30PM

Water & Sewer Superintendent:
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Ext. 235

 

Assistant

Water & Sewer Superintendent:
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Ext. 232

 

Annual CCR

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a copy of
Red Lion Municipal Authority's
2019 Annual Drinking
Water Quality Report.

Upcoming Events

13 Jul 2020
07:00PM -
Borough Council Meeting
14 Jul 2020
WATER SHUTOFF PAYMENT DEADLINE
14 Jul 2020
06:00PM -
Zoning Hearing Board Meeting (when necessary)
15 Jul 2020
WATER SHUTOFFS
17 Jul 2020
05:00PM - 08:00PM
Food Truck Friday

A Brief History of the Red Lion Municipal Authority

The early settlers of Red Lion Borough realized that a prerequisite to the Borough's development was the availability of an abundant water supply. On May 16, 1893, the citizens moved in a cooperative venture to form the Red Lion Water Company.

On January 20, 1959, the Red Lion Municipal Authority was incorporated, pursuant to a request by Red Lion Borough officials, and on November 2, 1959, the water lines, property and facilities were conveyed to the Authority at a purchase price of $1,200,000 through means of a bond issue.
 

Red Lion Municipal Authority Moves Into the 21st Century

Partnership for Safe Water

Red Lion Municipal Authority has, for many years, been a member of the Partnership for Safe Water, and our enrollment is still current. The certificate above is from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). Our participation in the Partnership places us among leaders in the water treatment field and exemplifies a strong commitment to optimizing treatment processes and providing safe drinking water to consumers. In addition, it demonstrates our willingness to partner with the state as we work toward the goal of providing safe water to Pennsylvanians 100 percent of the time.

With our participation in the program, we have joined other Regional Water Supply Partners in the state who operate filter plants that together serve over 4 million people, which is more than half of the population served by surface water systems in Pennsylvania. In addition, as a Regional Partner, we will receive all of the benefits of the national program in addition to specialized assistance from DEP if we request. Over the years, staff at Pennsylvania's surface water treatment plants have worked together with DEP in optimizing treatment processes through the Filter Plant Performance Evaluation program. The Regional Partnership Agreement will continue to strengthen the common goal of optimizing filter plant performance.

 

Red Lion Municipal Authority Employee Awards
Three Red Lion Municipal Authority employees have received the following awards:

  

Left to right:
Jeff Beard, Assistant Water and Sewer Superintendent, received an Extended Service Award for 40 years from Pennsylvania Rural Water Association, and Keith Kahwajy, Water and Sewer Superintendent, received the an Extended Service Award for 30 years from Pennylsvania Rural Water Association. 

Brad Sprenkle, Water Treatment Plant Supervisor, received the 2017 Operator of the Year Award from Pennsylvania Rural Water Association.