Public and private utilities combine to provide a solid infrastructure for businesses and residents in Muskegon County.
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Telephone Service - Frontier
In the last several years, Frontier has made significant investments to upgrade the communications infrastructure of Muskegon County. As a result, Muskegon County offers access to the latest data and voice networking options available.
Electrical Service - Consumers Energy
Consumers Energy provides Muskegon with electrical service, much of which is produced locally at their B.C. Cobb facility on the shores of Muskegon Lake.
Gas Service - DTE Energy/MichCon
DTE Energy/Michigan Consolidated Gas Compansy provides natural gas service to local residents and businesses.
Water - Municipal Government
The cities of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights both have pumping facilities that provide drinking water from Lake Michigan. These cities provide service to other local communities. In addition, some areas use public and private wells to provide access to plentiful sources of clean water.
Wastewater Management System- County of Muskegon
The Muskegon County Wastewater Management System is an internationally acclaimed land treatment process encompassing 11,000 acres of aeration, settling and spraying areas with capacity to handle a maximum of 42 million gallons of wastewater a day.
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