About Us

Morgan County Rural Water Corporation (MCRW) is a member-owned, not-for-profit water utility incorporated in 1964. We are not affiliated with, nor supported by, any government entity, and receive no tax dollars to operate and maintain the infrastructure of the utility.

As with most rural water utilities we are not able to provide fire protection to our members, however, we stand ready to assist emergency responders as possible.

At Morgan County Rural Water Corporation (MCRW), our goal is to provide safe, clean, potable water to all of our members. MCRW produced 169,002,000 gallons of water for the system in 2016, and purchased 31,623,000 gallons of water from Citizens Energy Group (CEG) to supplement our capability.  We provided a daily average of 549,959 gallons to 3331 accounts, or a population of 8328 at the end of 2016.

MCRW pumps ground water from its well field in Morgan County, pulling from the large central Indiana White River aquifer.

MCRW also purchases water from CEG to supplement our supply capability; and act as a contingent source of water for the system. This helps to ensure that water will be available when it is needed for the entire system at all times. Notifications are sent when outages are foreseen due to maintenance.

MCRW main lines are located primarily West of State Road 67 in Morgan County, Indiana and a small area of  northeast Owen County, Indiana. Portions of the following townships are included in our service area:

Morgan County

Adams, Ashland, Clay, Gregg, Jefferson, Monroe, Ray

Owen County

Wayne, Harrison