UGI Continues Restoration Efforts in Milford Area
28 Jan 2022
As of 10:30 a.m. Friday morning, UGI personnel have restored service to 717 of the 1,379 customers affected by the natural gas outage in Milford Borough, Milford Township, Westfall Township, and Matamoros Borough. More than 80 UGI employees worked throughout the night going door-to-door to restore service and re-light appliances. UGI expects to restore service to the remaining customers throughout the day today, pending access to properties.
UGI reminds customers that under no circumstances should they attempt to turn on their own natural gas service.
As UGI restores service to its remaining customers, we remind them to have an individual on the property to allow company personnel entry. If UGI cannot gain access to the residence, a notice will be left at the door providing instructions for UGI to return to restore gas service. Customers who have special needs or circumstances should call UGI’s Contact Center at 1-800-276-2722 and we will make every effort to accommodate the requests.
UGI employees are required to carry photo ID cards. The identification badge displays the UGI logo, along with the employee’s photo and other information. Customers are encouraged to ask to see proper identification before allowing anyone entrance to your home.
Customers are reminded that if they smell gas, they should immediately leave the building and call UGI at 1-800-276-2722 from a safe location.
The Borough of Milton has identified several warming centers that will remain open today for affected customers. They include:
- Matamoras Fire Department, 506 Avenue Q, Matamoras;
- Sunshine Station, 476 US-6, Milford Township;
- Milford Bible Church, 110 Foxcroft Avenue, Dingman Township;
- Tom Quick Inn, 411 Broad St, Milford Borough.
UGI apologizes for the inconvenience this natural gas service outage has caused its customers in the Milford area, and thanks customers for their continuing patience and understanding.