The King George County Service Authority was established in 1992 by order of the King George County Board of Supervisors to manage the water, wastewater, and solid waste functions within King George, Virginia. The authority receives no tax support from the county, nor its residents. The authority operates on the revenues collected from billing for service and connection fees. There is a county payment for some capital debt; however, that is provided by landfill receipts, and not taxes.
Wastewater Management Division
Manages a wastewater treatment plant in each of the five service areas, which can process up to a total of 1,835,000 gallons per day.
Water Operations Division
Manages 12 well-driven water systems that produce over 750,000 gallons of water each day, deploying throughout 450 miles of pipe.
Utilities Maintenance Division
Maintains the water and wastewater systems.
The Service Authority operates under a five-member Board of Directors, comprised of three community representatives and two Board of Supervisors. The board meets on the first and third Tuesday of every month in the Revercomb Building Board Room at 5:30 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend and speak during public comment about any topic of concern.
- I need to sign up for service or cancel service. What do I do?
- Can I drop off my bill payment at the Treasurer’s Office?
- I am filling a pool. Can my bill be adjusted?
- Why is my bill so high?
- I have received a notice that the maximum contaminate level for lead in drinking water has been exceeded in some homes in my area. What does that mean?
- How do I receive notifications about my water/wastewater?
- How can I know where water/wastewater lines are located on my property?