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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

December 06, 2016

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. This modification will go into effect January 1, 2018.

The minimum bill will be increasing $0.50, which only amounts to a 3.7% increase.

That means that your water never costs more than $0.01375 per gallon.

To put this in perspective, a 20 ounce bottle of water you can purchase in a local store may cost you $1.29 or more, but 20 ounces of Jackson County Water costs you $0.00215.

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...

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In the Water, but Out of Harm's Way

In the Water, but Out of Harm's Way

August 01, 2018

Swimming pools and beach vacations, waterskiing at the lake and rafting on the river, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, wake boarding, tubing, jet skiing, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, and swimming - when it's summertime and the mercury is on the rise, there is nowhere we'd rather be than in the water! North America’s lakes, rivers, and seas are oases of beauty and respite from the summer sun, so it’s no surprise that swimming is summer’s number one pastime. But as you enjoy the season's final days, please make water safety your first priority. Swimming cools us off and keeps us fit, and it's one of the most enjoyable ways to spend a hot August day. But we cannot forget that it can also be dangerous. Drowning is the number one cause of unintentional death among children aged 1-4, and it's the number two cause of unintentional death among those aged 5-24. A moment of distraction can be fatal, so please take great care to keep yourself and your loved ones safe in the water.

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