For our customers’ convenience, PWC has extended its call-in hours for our Customer Service Call Center. Hours of Operations are now Monday-Friday from 7am-8pm, excluding holidays.
MetroNet has begun a 2-year project installing nearly 1,000 miles of fiber optic infrastructure throughout Fayetteville, Hope Mills and the entire Cumberland County area. Their work will include installing services underground in public rights-of-way (using boring equipment), on utility poles, and private property. MetroNet, their contractors, and/or work are not managed by PWC. The MetroNet […]READ MORE »
LIVE Virtual Event! You’re invited to the Virtual Power and Water Conservation Expo on being held on Friday, March 26th from 11am-1pm. The Virtual PWC Expo will be hosted on the Fayetteville PWC Facebook Page. Live segments will air throughout the two-hour window. Watch live to get conservation tips and learn about useful items that […]READ MORE »
Beginning Monday, March 1, 2021, PWC will temporarily stop adding ammonia to its water treatment disinfection process. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality requires all water systems that add ammonia to their drinking water to discontinue its use for a one-month period annually. During that time, fire hydrants on the PWC water distribution system […]READ MORE »