Company

Overview

Gordon’s Corner Water Company is an investor-owned water utility, serving customers in Southern Marlboro and Northern Manalapan Townships in Monmouth County, New Jersey. The company was established in 1962 and is privately owned and operated. 

Our goal is to provide safe, quality water to our customers using the best possible methods. Repairs and service calls are made in a timely and efficient manner. In our business, the needs of the customer come first. We will gladly answer any questions you might have and listen to any suggestions you care to make to improve our service.

Our vision for the future is to continue to meet the water needs of our ever-growing community and to serve new customers with the same quality and efficiency as our current customers. This will entail securing financial capital in order to add to the infrastructure of the system while at the same time establishing fair and equitable water rates for all the customers we serve.

Service Territory

The territory served by the company is comprised of the southern third of Marlboro Township and the Northern half of Manalapan Township. In 1961 the original franchise area in Manalapan Township was established.

Running through the center of this area is Gordon’s Corner Road from which the company derives its name. Further expansions took place in 1964 and 1967 to establish the current Manalapan service territory.

In 1975 Gordon’s Corner Water Company merged with Village Water Company in Marlboro Township. This merger established the current Marlboro service territory.

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Facts

Customers

15,000

Water Produced

1.8 Billion Gallons per year

(5 Million Gallons per Day)

Storage Capacity

6.6 Million Gallons

Population Served

48,000

Miles of Main

190 Miles

Public Fire Hydrants:

 1,150

Source of Supply:

Surface Water (Purchased)
Marlboro Township Water Utility Division – 1.5 MGD Delaware/Raritan Canal
Suez – Matchaponix – 1.5 MGD Matchaponix Brook

Ground Water (9 Wells)
Potomac-Raritan-Magothy Aquifer
Farrington & Old Bridge Formations