The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Lewistown
The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Lewistown (MABL) serves residents in Mifflin County, Pennsylvania by providing potable drinking water, through a complex maze of almost 300 miles of transmission and distribution mains; controlled in 17 different pressure zones by pressure reducing valves, pumps and elevated water storage tanks.
MABL provides fire protection through nearly 580 hydrants. MABL serves over 30,000 residents in the county and maintains over 10,500 billable accounts.
Fishing Access – Laurel Creek Reservoir
Access ONLY from the abandoned US 322 road north of the dam
- ALL 'foot' access
- No boating of any kind is permitted
- No wading is permitted
- Shore fishing ONLY
NO access is permitted to the south of the box culvert,
(toward the dam), which is at the northwest corner of the reservoir.
Please obey the “No Trespassing” signs posted along the perimeter of the dam and along US 322.
Violators will be prosecuted
Facts & Figures
You can view our annual report, Operation and Maintenance of Waterworks System in it's entirety by selecting the link below.
Annual report prepared by:
Uni-Tec Consulting Engineers, Inc.
2007 Cato Avenue
State College, PA 16801
Board of Directors
MABL is governed by a volunteer, five-member Board of Directors who are appointed to staggered five-year terms by the Lewistown Borough Council. The Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. at the MABL main office.
Click here for the full meeting schedule for 2019.
Current Board Members and their positions on the Board are:
Barry L. Bargo
Melvin E. Parker, Jr.
The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Lewistown is providing a copy of the Independent Auditor's Report completed annually by Baker Tilly - State College, Pennsylvania and as required by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED).
This report is available for you to view in PDF format below.