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ROAD CLOSURES THIS WEEKEND

As part of Municipal Services Commission (MSC) Water Main Project portions of Delaware Street will be closed this weekend. The intersection of 6th and Delaware Street will be closed beginning Friday 6-21-19 evening approximately 6:00pm and is expected to be opened by Monday 6-24-19 morning approximately 5:00am Detours will be in effect throughout the weekend.  Please pay attention to detour signs.    There may be an increase in traffic due to the detours, the MSC appreciates your patience while improvements are made to the City’s water system.  Please feel free to contact the customer service department with any questions at (302) […]





MSC’s Water Main Cleaning and Lining Project

We understand there has been some confusion regarding the Sewer Main relining project being performed by New Castle County with their contractor AM-Liner East, Inc. and the Municipal Services Commission (MSC) of the City of New Castle’s Water Main Cleaning and Lining Project performed by MSC’s contractor J. Fletcher Creamer (JFC).  If you receive notifications regarding the projects please note the government agency and contractor to help avoid confusion. The MSC project began Monday, June 10, 2019 and will include Delaware Street from 4th to 6th Street and East 4th Street from Delaware to Harmony Street.  MSC’s contractor JFC is […]





MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMISSION CONTINUES WORKING WITH FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES REGARDING PFAS CONTAMINANTS

  NEWS RELEASE: In August 2014, the Municipal Services Commission (MSC) of the City of New Castle voluntarily placed their wells out of service due to the detection of the unregulated compounds Perflurorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) in the City water supply. PFOS and PFOA are part of a group of chemicals known as per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The MSC purchased water from Artesian Water Company until a temporary water treatment system could be put in place to remove the contaminates from the City’s water. After installing a 700 GPM Granular Activated Carbon System in November 2014, the […]