598 Spring Street, PO Box 395, Mars, PA 16046

Water Alerts

  • Water System Improvements - Attention, Residents of Mars Borough: We have received several notifications of rusty/cloudy water over the last several months. In order to prevent this from continuing, significant upgrades are currently being made to the water system. The work is scheduled to be finished today, June 6, 2019. If you have any rusty or cloudy water in […]
  • Road Closures Ahead - Pittsburgh Street between Route 228 and Kelley Alley will be closed at 7:00 PM Thursday (05/16/2019) evening to accommodate work on the water line in conjunction with the road work being done on Route 228. The road will reopen early Friday (05/17/2019) morning. Residents in this area have been notified that water will be shut […]
  • Fix a Leak Week - Some of you may be familiar with the Borough policy that states if water goes through a meter at a property it’s billable. If you are aware of this policy because you have had a leak (which has, hopefully, been fixed) you know leaks can “use” a lot of water. And, I mean a lot! […]
  • Residents Advised to Update Water Payment Information - It has come to our attention that some residents are still sending water payments to an old PO Box. For the last several years the appropriate PO Box for water payments has been the main Borough box, PO Box 395. This is not a recent change. We believe the post office has kindly been forwarding […]
  • Water Update 01/12/2018 - Water Update 01/12/2018 (9:15 AM EST) Yet another water break has been located on Oakland Street, between Stanton Avenue and Pearl Avenue. The line has been shut off until repairs are finished, so water pressure to residents in the surrounding area should equalize soon. Only a handful of residents will be without water until the […]
  • Phantom Water Leak Found! - Good news for Mars residents! A break was found in one of our largest water mains running beneath Long Alley to Pittsburgh Street. We are fairly confident this was what caused the water level to fluctuate in our reservoir the last 4-5 days. Public Works has made repairs and is gradually refilling lines, allowing for […]