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PWC Employees Recognized by Local & State United Way

Fayetteville PWC has received recognition from the United Way of North Carolina and Cumberland County for outstanding support of United Way through their annual employee giving campaign. The United Way of NC presented PWC with the 2020 Spirit of NC Award for “Engaged Leadership and Employees”, PWC’s  15th Spirit award since 2003. The award honors […]

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David Faircloth Named Water Operator of the Year

David Faircloth of the Fayetteville Public Works Commission has been named the North Carolina Waterworks Operators Associations’ (NCWOA) 2020 A-Surface Operator of the Year. Faircloth has 10 years of experience in water treatment and has been with PWC since 2014.  Prior to PWC, he started his career with the City of Dunn.  Faircloth has a […]

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Looking for More Savings During Peak Hours?

Enroll in PWC’s ecobee Peak Savings Program for Smart Thermostats and Aquanta Peak Savings Pilot Program for Electric Water Heaters

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10 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Special thanks to the United Way of Cumberland County and our PWC employees on bring the Spirit of NC Award back to Fayetteville for the 15th time since 2003! The United Way's new on-line pledge form and our employees' commitment during the annual giving campaign in spite of workplace challenges presented by COVID-19 allowed Your #HometownUtility to demonstrate that we #LiveUnited: www.faypwc.com/pwc-employees-recognized-by-local-state-united-way/ ... See MoreSee Less

Special thanks to the United Way of Cumberland County and our PWC employees on bring the Spirit of NC Award back to Fayetteville for the 15th time since 2003! The United Ways new on-line pledge form and our employees commitment during the annual giving campaign in spite of workplace challenges presented by COVID-19 allowed Your #HometownUtility to demonstrate that we #LiveUnited: https://www.faypwc.com/pwc-employees-recognized-by-local-state-united-way/

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Hey so why does the water in Massey Hill and all the way to the restaurants on Owen taste like dirt and come out brown? It’s been like this for a few days and I was waiting for y’all to make a post about it but you never did. If y’all could let me know that would be great because even if it is safe to drink the dirt water I don’t particularly want to 🙂

12 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Today is a great day to try out the Energy Forecast tool! See 👀 how weather impacts your utility bill and ways to control some of the cost. Weather forecasts of the next 7 days & estimates of your energy bill time based on PWC electric TOU rates all available here TRY IT:
www.faypwc.com/energy-forecast/
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Today is a great day to try out the Energy Forecast tool! See 👀 how weather impacts your utility bill and ways to control some of the cost. Weather forecasts of the next 7 days & estimates of your energy bill time based on PWC electric TOU rates all available here TRY IT:
http://www.faypwc.com/energy-forecast/

Comment on Facebook

Maybe y’all shouldn’t implement peak hours and overcharge for electricity just because y’all basically have a monopoly on fayetteville. PWC sucks and everyone I know cannot stand them haha.

14 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

From 8am to 4pm, Monday, April 19, 2021, Dartmouth Drive will be closed to through traffic from Fordham Drive to Vandemere Avenue in conjunction with PWC’s on-going Water Main Rehabilitation Project.

Area residents will be allowed access, if necessary.
Traffic control measures will be in place. Pedestrians and motorists should use extra caution in the area.
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From 8am to 4pm, Monday, April 19, 2021, Dartmouth Drive will be closed to through traffic from Fordham Drive to Vandemere Avenue in conjunction with PWC’s on-going Water Main Rehabilitation Project.  

Area residents will be allowed access, if necessary.
Traffic control measures will be in place. Pedestrians and motorists should use extra caution in the area.

Comment on Facebook

Could y’all working on the water main be the cause of water tasting and smelling strange in different parts of the city?

14 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

#MakeMoneyMonday ... PWC offers bid opportunities as well as oversees and administers contracts related to electric, water, and sewer construction. See our latest edition of "Doing Business with PWC" for available bid opportunities and more to help your business grow: conta.cc/3e5NeMB ... See MoreSee Less

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10 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Special thanks to the United Way of Cumberland County and our PWC employees on bring the Spirit of NC Award back to Fayetteville for the 15th time since 2003! The United Way's new on-line pledge form and our employees' commitment during the annual giving campaign in spite of workplace challenges presented by COVID-19 allowed Your #HometownUtility to demonstrate that we #LiveUnited: www.faypwc.com/pwc-employees-recognized-by-local-state-united-way/ ... See MoreSee Less

Special thanks to the United Way of Cumberland County and our PWC employees on bring the Spirit of NC Award back to Fayetteville for the 15th time since 2003! The United Ways new on-line pledge form and our employees commitment during the annual giving campaign in spite of workplace challenges presented by COVID-19 allowed Your #HometownUtility to demonstrate that we #LiveUnited: https://www.faypwc.com/pwc-employees-recognized-by-local-state-united-way/

Comment on Facebook

Hey so why does the water in Massey Hill and all the way to the restaurants on Owen taste like dirt and come out brown? It’s been like this for a few days and I was waiting for y’all to make a post about it but you never did. If y’all could let me know that would be great because even if it is safe to drink the dirt water I don’t particularly want to 🙂

12 hours ago

Fayetteville PWC

Today is a great day to try out the Energy Forecast tool! See 👀 how weather impacts your utility bill and ways to control some of the cost. Weather forecasts of the next 7 days & estimates of your energy bill time based on PWC electric TOU rates all available here TRY IT:
www.faypwc.com/energy-forecast/
... See MoreSee Less

Today is a great day to try out the Energy Forecast tool! See 👀 how weather impacts your utility bill and ways to control some of the cost. Weather forecasts of the next 7 days & estimates of your energy bill time based on PWC electric TOU rates all available here TRY IT:
http://www.faypwc.com/energy-forecast/

Comment on Facebook

Maybe y’all shouldn’t implement peak hours and overcharge for electricity just because y’all basically have a monopoly on fayetteville. PWC sucks and everyone I know cannot stand them haha.

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