No emergencies at the present time.

National Register of  Historic Places and the AWWA recognized Coldwater Spring uniqueness...32 million gallons of water per day!

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HHS issues final recommendation for community water fluoridation

UCLA wades through damages from pipe flooding

(7/3/2014)  Anniston Water board helping students learn engineering, work ethic


Monday, May 25 2015
  Memorial Day (Offices Closed)

Saturday, May 30 2015
  CCWA - Beyond My Pond Teachers Symposium

Thursday, June 18 2015
  Board Meeting

Sunday, June 21 2015
  Father's Day

Friday, July 3 2015
  Independence Day Observance (Offices Closed)

Saturday, July 4 2015
  Independence Day

If you have a disruption in your WATER SERVICE or are experiencing problems with your SEWER SERVICE, you are encouraged to immediately call us at our 24-hour Emergency Service Number (256) 241-2000.

Our Mission

Service - by providing high quality drinking water to our customers on demand while maintaining our plants and equipment to facilitate economic growth and development.

Protection of the environment and public health - through responsible wastewater treatment and source water protection.

Continuous improvement - of our processes and personnel to achieve the highest standard of customer satisfaction and to meet or exceed all water and wastewater quality standards.

    Check out the Service Line Warranty Program.

DID YOU KNOW? All those colors you see marked in the street can have an important meaning.  Click here to see the color codes used by Alabama 811 to locate underground utilities.