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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE – Big Rockfish Creek Sanitary Sewer Outfall

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE | Big Rockfish Creek Sanitary Sewer Outfall and Lift Station Elimination Outfalls Engineering Report – Environmental Information Document Engineering Report – Part I Engineering Report – Part II Engineering Report – Part III All interested parties are hereby advised that the Fayetteville Public Works Commission (PWC) is seeking comments on the Engineering […]

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Storm Prep Guide Request Form

Request your FREE copy of PWC’s 2020 Storm Prep Guide!    

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Message from Our CEO- David Trego

June 2020 | NC Executive Order No. 124  – Extended 60 Days North Carolina is beginning its transition to reopen our economy.   PWC, being a utility, and part of the area’s vital infrastructure, never closed our doors.  Our employees were working to keep your water, wastewater and electric services available during this trying time.  My […]

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7 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

We partner with the City of Fayetteville, NC Government's Stormwater Division to educate customers on storm drains and water quality. Storm water and Wastewater (sewer) are different categories. This "How Does It Work" focuses on storm water and how it impacts our everyday life. ... See MoreSee Less

8 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

FYI -- If trees, shrubs, and flowers are too close to the transformer (those green boxes in some yards with WARNING labels), it delays our linemen's ability to make repairs and restore your power. DO NOT PLANT anything within 9-ft from the front of the transformer, and 3-ft from each side. ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Fayetteville PWC

Help our community conserve! The Year-round Odd/Even Watering Schedule is key way you can assist with conserving our precious water supply. Following the schedule helps PWC be better prepared for drought conditions. Visit our site for more tips on watering: www.faypwc.com/watering-schedules/ ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

Fayetteville PWC

#WednesdayWisdom ... We've had quite a few showers in the forecast lately. And July is Smart Irrigation Month, making it a great opportunity to take advantage of PWC's Rain Sensor Incentive Program! Save money and avoid over watering your lawn. Visit our website for details on earning a $50 bill credit through the program: www.faypwc.com/rain-sensor-program/ ... See MoreSee Less

#WednesdayWisdom ... Weve had quite a few showers in the forecast lately. And July is Smart Irrigation Month, making it a great opportunity to take advantage of PWCs Rain Sensor Incentive Program! Save money and avoid over watering your lawn. Visit our website for details on earning a $50 bill credit through the program: https://www.faypwc.com/rain-sensor-program/
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7 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

We partner with the City of Fayetteville, NC Government's Stormwater Division to educate customers on storm drains and water quality. Storm water and Wastewater (sewer) are different categories. This "How Does It Work" focuses on storm water and how it impacts our everyday life. ... See MoreSee Less

8 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

FYI -- If trees, shrubs, and flowers are too close to the transformer (those green boxes in some yards with WARNING labels), it delays our linemen's ability to make repairs and restore your power. DO NOT PLANT anything within 9-ft from the front of the transformer, and 3-ft from each side. ... See MoreSee Less

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