towerThe Dinwiddie County Water Authority (DCWA), created by the Virginia Water and Waste Authorities Act, is a water and sewer authority that provides water and sewer services in Dinwiddie County.  DCWA is governed by a five member Board of Directors appointed by the Dinwiddie County Board of Supervisors.

DCWA maintains two water distribution pump stations, 24 wastewater pump stations, 5 elevated water tanks, one wastewater treatment plant, approximately 80 miles of water lines and approximately 65 miles of wastewater collection lines.

Please take a moment and discover the wealth of information available about DCWA. Your comments are encouraged as we strive to better meet our customers’ needs and expectations.

Operations Update

10/11/2019 – Governor Northam issued a statewide drought watch.  What that means for our customers is that we encourage you to practice water conservation.  There are no mandatory restrictions at this time, but we encourage you to be water wise.  If conditions do not improve in the near future, we will be providing additional information and notifications per our Drought Response Plan.

Our office will be closed Monday, October 14th.  If you have a water or sewer emergency, please use the After Hours Emergency Contact Procedure below.

Penalties will be added to the September bills on Tuesday, October 15th.

The next cut-off for accounts with a past due balance is Tuesday, November 5th at 4:00 pm.

Copies of the 2018 Water Quality Reports are available on the [FORMS & POLICIES] page under the section titled “REPORTS”.  If you would like a paper copy of the water quality report for your area, please contact our office at (804) 861-1012 ext. 2.

Private Water Service Insurance

After Hours Emergency Contact Procedure

Current Water Restrictions
There are no current water restrictions.  Updates will be posted as available.

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