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Our Mission

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 for 2023

January 20, 2023

 Note: 2023 Water Rates
Just like in our households, Jackson County Water’s costs of supplies and operational costs increase each year, and so in order to keep in line with expenses, Jackson County Water is implementing an increase to our rates. We try to do a modest increase annually in order to keep up with costs while keeping financial
impact to our customers at a minimum.
This adjustment to our rates will go into effect for usage starting in January, 2023.
The new rates are as follows:
The minimum bill will be increased from $29.50 to $30.00 for any usage from 0 – 2000 gallons.
Then, customers using from 2001 – 30,000 gallons will pay $14.80 for every 1000 gallons of water used in this...

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Time to Celebrate Drinking Water Week!

Time to Celebrate Drinking Water Week!

May 01, 2023

We have been celebrating Drinking Water Week for over 40 years!

Hosted by the American Water Works Association, Drinking Water Week is a time to recognize the vital role water plays in the daily lives of every individual.

In 2023, Drinking Water Week will be recognized from May 7th – May 13th. During this time, water teams across the United States, Canada, and beyond proudly educate their communities on the amazing processes and science needed to create 1 “simple” glass of water.

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