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Our Mission

At Tazewell County PSA, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation since 1967.  The Authority is governed by a five member board appointed by the Tazewell County Board of Supervisors.

 

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Conservation Tips

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Tazewell County PSA Billing Schedule

 

Tazewell County PSA Billing Schedule - Bills go out on the 25th of the Month - Penalty Assessed on the late accounts 15th of the following month - Cut-off date for non payment - See bill card.

Disconnects for delinquent accounts will begin at 8am on May 31st.

Per the Tazewell County Public Service Authority Board of Directors, any and all customers that are disconnected must pay the entire past due amount and the reconnect fee before service is restored

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May Flowers

May Flowers

Thank you, thank you, April showers!

Oh, how we love this blessed gift of Spring, this lavish display of beauty! Never necessary, but always appreciated.

Flowers are the earth’s extravagance.

They are a lagniappe, a little something extra, like a 13th doughnut when you have bought a dozen. We don’t NEED flowers, but maybe that makes them an even more glorious gift. Vibrant blooms of spring can transform the drab and dreary into the grand and gorgeous. Edwin Curran said that “flowers are the music of the ground,” and they are. The earth is singing for joy, and we can see its melodies. Some flowers are a powerful symphony, and others are a gentle lullaby, but every song is lovely and every blossom is a note to be savored.

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