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  • Excavator Digging

    SA to Replace Sudley Manor Water Main Section

    The Prince William County Service Authority will begin a water main replacement project underneath Sudley Manor Road in Manassas in early November. The project is expected to last approximately two months.

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  • Frozen-faucet

    Prevent Frozen Pipes!

    Frozen pipes can make winter a bust! Consider preparing your plumbing for winter weather with the helpful tips linked below. 

    Helpful Tips
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    Public Hearing

    The Prince William County Service Authority will hold a Public Hearing concerning the proposed acquisition of easement by eminent domain for the construction of the Barrett Drive Water Main Project during the regular monthly meeting of its Board of Directors on November 10, 2016, at 7:30 p.m.

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  • Fertilize in the Fall!

    To get a healthy, strong and environmentally-friendly lawn, fertilize in the fall! Your yard will be green in more ways than one!

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    Water Art on the Horizon

    The 2017 Water Art Invitational has been set for March 9, 2017. The theme this year is Water is Precious and Essential to Life. Click the button below for more information on this fabulous event showcasing some of Prince William County’s very best high school artists!

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  • Social Recognition

    The Service Authority's Communications Division won the VA AWWA Public Information Award for Social Media this year for utilities under 100,000 service connections.

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  • The 2016 Water Quality Reports are Online Now!

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requires all water utilities to produce annual water quality reports that convey important information and characteristics about the water they provide to their customers.

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Information about Hexavalent Chromium

The amount of Hexavalent Chromium (Cr6) detected in the Service Authority’s drinking water is far below the federal maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 100 parts per billion of Total Chromium per the Environmental Protection Agency’s Third Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule testing. It is also well below the state of California’s Cr6  MCL of 10 ppb. To read the Service Authority’s Cr6 Fact Sheet, click here.

Board Meetings

Next Board Meeting: Thursday, November 10, 2016