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Development (Service Authority News)

Plastic Wrap Helps Preserve Water Mains

Protecting the Prince William County Service Authority’s underground infrastructure from corrosion is another way to ensure reliable water service to the utility’s customers.

Service Authority Wins Trio of Awards

The Service Authority recently won awards in the fields of Communications, Community Relations and Safety.

This month, the Service Authority’s website PWCSA.org won a Graphic Design USA 2016 American Web Design Award. According to Service Authority Visual Design Manager Amanda Clark, the prestigious national award is given to visually appealing and easily navigable websites.

“Our goal is to create a positive user experience for all of our customers,” Clark said. “This award is a small affirmation that our efforts are on track.”

Water Art Once Again a Success

Battlefield High School student Khanh Nguyen won the Grand Prize in the 2016 Water Art Invitational on Thursday at the Raymond Spittle Building.

Nguyen’s beautiful painting of a fish in a brook netted her $800 in event sponsorship money. In all, the Prince William County Service Authority was able to administer more than $6,000 in prizes from funds donated by corporate sponsors.

Maplewood Tank Rehab Complete

The Maplewood Water Tank rehabilitation project off Centreville Road is complete.

Built in the 1960s, the Maplewood Tank is the third tank in the last two years to get a facelift. The Prince William County Service Authority has a 10-year program to rehab all its water tanks across the county.

Sewer Savers

The Service Authority is in Lake Ridge implementing a proactive sewer line maintenance measure called CIPP. Typically performed twice a year, CIPP, or Cured In Place Pipe, is used in sewer mains across the county to prevent damage caused by tree root intrusion and fats, oils and grease that get into the sewer distribution system. This process adds decades of life to the sewer infrastructure and helps avoids costly replacement projects.

Beware of Utility Impostors


Not sure who's knocking at your door? Watch this 30-second video to know what to look for when it comes to weeding out a utility impostor!

Tower Treatment


Get a glimpse of the time lapse we created of the Hoadly Water Tank rehabilitation project that just concluded this summer. The Service Authority has a 10-year maintenance plan to rehab all of its water tanks across Prince William County.

Getting to Know Your Water Utility, Rachel Carlson

Rachel Carlson

Meet Rachel Carlson, Water Reclamation Operations Manager at the H.L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility


Where did you grow up?
I was originally from Prince William, spent 12 years in Stafford County and have been back in Prince William for the last 14 years.

Making their Mark


A year ago, Breanne Martin simply wanted to get her foot in the door at the Prince William County Service Authority.

Halfway through her second stint at the Service Authority, the Osbourn Park High School graduate and James Madison University rising junior has done much more than that thanks to the utility's summer hire program. This year, Martin is one of 31 other summer hires, all of them performing a variety of important smaller tasks integral to the Service Authority's mission.