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The connection fee is an administrative fee which covers costs associated with sending a field representative to your residence or business for reading and/or connecting service and the administrative time required to process the application.
Lumpkin County Water and Sewerage Authority's hours are as follows:Monday through Friday8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.Closed for Lunch1 to 2 p.m.
Any payments not received on or before the 15th will receive penalties on the following business day.
A penalty of 10% is added to the account.
If it is between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, please call 706-867-6580. Any other time, please call 706-864-3633.
All accounts will require a deposit. The current deposit is $100. New customers will also be required to pay a connection fee of $50, at the time the application for water service is made.
Lumpkin County Water and Sewerage Authority customers re billed monthly.
Lumpkin County Water and Sewerage Authority customers do not have to be at home for their water service to be connected.
A field representative will come to your home and connect your service at the water meter. However, you need to turn off everything (such as water faucets, etc.) that uses water prior to your new service being connected.
Lumpkin County Water and Sewerage Authority establishes new service accounts by dispatching a field representative to your residence or business to obtain a reading of your meter.
Lumpkin County Water and Sewerage Authority must coordinate the service request schedules of all customers. In order to meet all new service requests, all applications accepted after 2 p.m. will not be activated until the following business day.
For any questions, please contact the Lumpkin County Water and Sewerage Authority office by calling 706-865-0788.
No, individuals with private wells wishing to have their water tested should contact the Lumpkin County Cooperative Extension office by calling 706-864-2275.
No, the Lumpkin County Environmental Health Department maintains records and issues permits for septic systems. For more information you can call them at 706-867-2730.