25122 Regal Drive

Abingdon, VA 24211

Phone

1-276-628-7151

WCSA Earns Top Ranking in Operations, Performance for Eighth Consecutive Year

For the eighth consecutive year, the Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) has been awarded the highest possible ranking.

State Funding Enables WCSA to Proceed with Second Phase of Project for Hidden Valley Community

WCSA received grant funding last fall that will make a big difference for Washington County residents who live in the Hidden Valley area.

WCSA Achieves State and Federal Compliance for Drinking Water Quality, Reporting and Monitoring

The Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) recently published its annual Drinking Water Quality Report.

The Quality of Your Drinking Water: What You Need to Know

Following the discovery of high lead levels in the water supply of Flint, Michigan, citizens across the nation are raising questions about the purity of water being delivered to their own faucets.  At WCSA, water quality is a daily focus. Our operations team...

WCSA Receives Approval for First Step in Process

WCSA’s request for a special-exception permit was recently approved by the Washington County Board of Supervisors. The permit is one of many steps in a process for potentially building a new wastewater treatment plant in the county. Several potential expansion options...

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WCSA Earns Top Ranking in Operations, Performance for Eighth Consecutive Year

For the eighth consecutive year, the Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) has been awarded the highest possible ranking.

State Funding Enables WCSA to Proceed with Second Phase of Project for Hidden Valley Community

WCSA received grant funding last fall that will make a big difference for Washington County residents who live in the Hidden Valley area.

WCSA Achieves State and Federal Compliance for Drinking Water Quality, Reporting and Monitoring

The Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) recently published its annual Drinking Water Quality Report.

The Quality of Your Drinking Water: What You Need to Know

Following the discovery of high lead levels in the water supply of Flint, Michigan, citizens across the nation are raising questions about the purity of water being delivered to their own faucets.  At WCSA, water quality is a daily focus. Our operations team...

WCSA Receives Approval for First Step in Process

WCSA’s request for a special-exception permit was recently approved by the Washington County Board of Supervisors. The permit is one of many steps in a process for potentially building a new wastewater treatment plant in the county. Several potential expansion options...

Latest News

Process Engineer, Electrician I & Maintenance Crew Members Positions

Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) is receiving applications for Process Engineer, Electrician I & Maintenance Crew Members; the position(s) require good communication skills, self-motivation, able to meet the physical demands per the Position Description,...

Water and Wastewater Operator Positions

Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) is receiving applications for Water Plant Operator(s) and Wastewater Plant Operator(s); the position(s) require good communication skills, self-motivation, able to meet the physical demands per the Position Descriptions,...

UPCOMING MEETINGS

  1. Regular Board Meeting

    March 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  2. Regular Board Meeting

    April 22 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

CURRENT NEWSLETTER

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EMERGENCY NUMBERS

If you have an emergency to report please call:
276-628-7151
between
8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

A WCSA Customer Service Specialist will be happy to assist you.

All calls after 4:30 p.m.,
please call:
276-628-7151
and Choose Option 3.

Reliable Home Repair Plans

Home repairs don’t always give advanced warnings. They just happen. That’s why being prepared with a home repair plan is important.