There have been some questions about whether we are continuing our backflow testing program. At this time our backflow testing program is still in effect. We are reviewing our process and procedures for backflow testing. Once we make any official changes all affected customers will be notified. We have suspended sending any future mail notifications […]
Board Meetings are open to the public and held on the second Monday of each month at 5:30pm unless scheduled otherwise. Location: 967 Orangeburg Road January 9th July 10th February 13th August 14th March 13th September 14th* April 10th October 9th May 8th November 13th June 13th December 11th
As of this billing cycle customers will be assigned new account numbers. These account numbers will now be unique to each customer and seperate from their location number. Once the account number is assigned it is permanently associated with the customer. If you leave our system and return this allows us to more quickly access […]
Update: Online and phone payments are now available again. Please visit our payment options page for more info. Please note that bookmarks you have saved that lead to our previous provider, Bill-Trust, should no longer be used. You will need to use your NEW ACCOUNT NUMBER to register for Payment Service Network. Dorchester County Water Authority has […]
Starting August 1st, 2016 all new customers will be charged a water deposit of $75.
NOTICE: CLOSED FOR TRAINING Dorchester County Water Authority will be closed for training 8AM-5PM Tuesday, January 26th, through Thursday, January 28th, 2016. For non-emergency questions or concerns please leave a message by calling our office (843-875-0140) or emailing Customer Service. Your calls or emails will be answered as quickly as possible in the order received. […]
Water Heater Flush – How to Flush a Gas or Electric Water Heater Water heater manufacturers recommend flushing sediment from your storage type water heater periodically. How often your model needs to be flushed depends upon the quality of the water in your area. Areas with high mineral content will have to flush more often. […]