COVID-19 Information

This page contains links to publicly available information regarding COVID-19. Additional confidential information regarding COVID-19 is available to MMUA Members with login credentials at this location.

The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a reality that affects municipal utilities. Since February 2020 the dedicated personnel in cities around the world have kept the lights and heat on, the water flowing, and a host of other essential services from being disrupted. MMUA tips its hat to all of these professionals who get the job done no matter what.

As the pandemic enters its third year, we are all learning how to carry out our missions in the midst of this “new normal.” When determining if, when, and how to hold place-based, in-person conferences, schools, and workshops, MMUA will consider the best information that is currently available. Adjustments will sometimes need to be made to the dates and circumstances under which the events are held to ensure compliance with evolving mandates and sensitivity to the needs of registrants. 

It is important that all registrants recognize that attending any event taking place during the COVID-19 global pandemic has inherent risks. COVID-19 is extremely contagious. Because this is true, MMUA cannot guarantee that attendees will not become infected with COVID-19. By registering for and attending an MMUA event, each person:

  • acknowledges the contagious nature of COVID-19;
  • voluntarily assumes the risk of exposure or infection by COVID-19 which may result from the actions, omissions, or negligence of themselves and others including MMUA and venue employees, volunteers, program participants, and their families; 
  • acknowledges that such exposure or infection could result in serious illness, permanent disability, or death; and 
  • agrees to hold harmless MMUA, its employees, agents, and representatives, from any claim of injury resulting from being exposed to or infected by COVID-19 in connection with attendance at an MMUA event. 

MMUA strongly encourages each attendee to take personal responsibility for the good of everyone. Please do not attend an MMUA meeting, school, workshop, or conference event if you experience symptoms of COVID-19 or any other communicable illness, if you should be in quarantine or isolation according to the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control or if you simply don’t feel well. MMUA will work with you ensure you get the value you seek, even if you cannot attend in person. This may include virtual attendance (in some cases), transferring your registration to a later event, or providing a refund. Contact Rita Kelly for details. 

COVID-19 testing locations

COVID-19 vaccination locations