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  • Read the Winter Pipeline!

    The Winter 2024 Pipeline Newsletter is now available. Click below to read Service Authority news, tips for customers and more.

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  • Breaking Ground, Making History

    The Service Authority and its partners officially broke ground on the H.L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility-Wide Improvements Project on Wednesday, December 6. Read more about the multi-year endeavor by clicking below.

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  • Prevent Frozen Pipes!

    With the arrival of cold temperatures, it's important to take steps to prevent frozen pipes. Click below to learn more about how you can prevent them and what you should do if your pipes freeze.

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  • Try Our New Customer Engagement Portal!

    We recently unveiled a new customer engagement portal. Click below to try it now!

    Customer Engagement Portal
  • TAP Into Giving

    The Service Authority's Temporary Assistance Program (TAP) helps customers in need pay their water and sewer bills. Click below to learn more or to donate.

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  • 2024 Water Art Invitational Coming Soon!

    Find out about this year's Water Art Invitational, the Service Authority's annual art competition for high school students in Prince William County.

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  • Your Water Quality

    The Service Authority's latest water quality reports are available online. We met all federal and state water quality requirements, in keeping with our mission to be a nationally acclaimed leader in providing clean water and excellent customer service.

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  • Now Hiring!

    The Service Authority is currently recruiting for a variety of regular full-time and temporary positions. If you're interested in working for an employer with a diverse, inclusive workforce and a meaningful mission, come work with us! Click below for more information.

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  • Proposed PFAS Rules: What You Need to Know

    The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed new rules to limit polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, in drinking water to better protect communities from the risk of exposure to these chemicals. Read our PFAS FAQs by clicking below.

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  • Lead & Copper Rule: What You Need to Know

    The Environmental Protection Agency recently updated its Lead & Copper Rule in an effort to better protect children and communities from the risks of lead exposure. Read our updated Lead & Copper FAQs by clicking below.

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Next Board Meeting
March 14, 2024, at 7:00 p.m.
4 County Complex Court
Woodbridge, VA 22192

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