At this time, White County is under no water restrictions.
Please contact WCWA for additional information, questions or concerns: 706-865-0788.
A $50.00 fee is charged and must be paid in advance for residential inspection/clean up for water service that has been disconnected. The water will be available for a maximum of 48 hours and any water usage over 1,000 gallons will be billed at WCWA current water rates. The request form is available on the Forms & Documents page of the website.
WCWA business hours are Monday through Friday, 8AM – 4:30PM.
- New Year’s Day
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day (July 4th)
- Labor Day
- Columbus Day
- Thanksgiving Day and Following Day
- Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
We gladly accept cash, checks, and money orders. We also accept credit/debit cards through our website at whitecountywater.org and by phone at 1-844-284-9299 or 1-844-284-WCW9. For your convenience, we also offer ACH Bank Draft; which the form can be found on our website.
Any payments not received on or before the 15th will receive penalties on the following business day. A penalty of 10% is added to the account.
If there has been excessive usage, payment arrangements can be made five (5) business day prior to the 15th through the office to avoid penalty. All payment arrangements will depend on customer’s pay history with WCWA.
If it is between 8AM and 4:30PM, call 706-865-0788. Any other time, please call 706-865-0788 then press #1 with details and the on-call personnel will return your call.
NO, meters cannot be purchased. To apply for meter tap, the application is available to print on our website or come to WCWA Office during normal business hours to complete an application. Payment for the meter tap must be made at the time of application. Inquires of meter rates can be made by phone or see the information provided on our website.
All accounts will require a deposit. New customers will also be required to pay an administrative fee of $50.00. At the time the application for water is made, the customer shall pay a security deposit based on the following:
¾” Water Meter – homeowner /security deed or warranty deed $ 75.00
¾” Water Meter – rental /rental or lease agreement $200.00
1″ Water Meter $ 75.00
1.5″ Water Meter $150.00
2″ Water Meter $200.00
(3″ water meter and larger is based on projected usage)
Effective July 1, 2016, Residential Water Customers Only are charged a minimum charge of $28.00 for the first thousand gallons. Customers are charged for water usage based on the following conservation tiers:
Monthly Usage Rate per Thousand Gallons
$4.17 (1,001 –4K)
$4.73 (4,001- 6K)
$5.66 (6,001- up)
The average usage is 5,000 gallons for basic needs and depending on your conservation methods.
WCWA customers are billed monthly.
Not at this time.
WCWA customers do not have to be at home for their water service to be connected. A Field Representative will come to your home and connect your service at the water meter. However, you need to turn off everything (such as water faucets, etc.) that uses water prior to your new service being connected. If anything that uses water is left on, the water meter dials will be turning indicating that something has been left on that uses water. The WCWA Field Representative will not leave the water meter on, however the water meter will be unlocked and a blue flag will be placed at the meter for the customer to turn the meter on themselves.
WCWA establishes new service accounts by dispatching a field representative to your residence or business to obtain a reading of your meter. WCWA must coordinate the service request schedules of all customers. In order to meet all new service requests, all applications accepted after 2:00 p.m. will not be activated until the following business day.
No. WCWA requires that once service has been disconnected due to non-payment, the customer must pay the outstanding balance on the account, including disconnect and reconnect fees. The forms of payments accepted are cash and checks. Any one caught tampering with a WCWA water meter will be fined $300 per incident for a residential account.