Regular meetings of the Huron Shore Regional Utility Authority (HSRUA) are held at 9 a.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at the Water Treatment Plant, 247 Baldwin Resort Road, East Tawas.
HSRUA is under the supervision and control of a board consisting of seven (7) members made up of one representative from each of the constituent units of government.
The HSRUA was established in 1992 as a joint venture between the City of Tawas City, City of East Tawas, Charter Township of Oscoda, Charter Township of AuSable, Township of Alabaster, Township of Baldwin, and Township of Greenbush to acquire, own, improve, enlarge, extend, and operate a regional water supply and distribution system. HSRUA currently provides treated water to the City of Tawas City, City of East Tawas, Charter Township of Oscoda, Charter Township of AuSable, Township of Baldwin, Alabaster Township and Tawas Township. The source of the water is an intake structure located in Lake Huron near Tawas Point. This source provides its customers with high quality raw water that is then processed in the facility via a very effective process designed to reduce, remove or destroy contaminants in the source water. HSRUA contracts with Fleis & VandenBrink to operate the water treatment plant. The meetings are subject to the Open Meetings Act.