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At Jackson County Water Company, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Water Rates Increase

There has been no change in our water rates since 2015, so it has become necessary to make a minor adjustment to the rates. This modification to our rates will go into effect on January 1, 2017.                   

At these new rates, Jackson County Water still never costs more than 1.35 cents per gallon. That means that the same amount of Jackson County Water as a 20 ounce bottle of water that sells in a store for $1.29 would cost only 0.210 of one penny. 

That is quite a bargain when you consider that you get this safe drinking water delivered to your house 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

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1 Trillion Gallons of Water

1 Trillion Gallons of Water

1 Trillion Gallons of Water.

Sometimes when we hear numbers that large, it's hard to really conceive of what they mean. How much water is 1 trillion gallons, really?
Well, 1 trillion gallons of water is:

  • the amount of water in about 40 million swimming pools. 
  • the amount of water in about 24 billion baths.
  • the amount of water in Florida's Lake Okeechobee (669 square miles).
  • the amount of water used in one year by 11 million homes.

AND . . . 

  • the amount of water wasted every year by household water leaks. Washington Post

That's really an astounding figure. Every year, enough water to serve 11 million homes is needlessly wasted. (EPA ) Down the drain. That leaky faucet or constantly-running toilet is more than just an annoyance; it is wasting water at an alarming rate. 

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