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Flushing New Baltimore - April 02, 2020
The Fauquier County Water And Sanitation Authority will be flushing in the following areas South ... [more...]
With growing concern regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, the Fauquier County Water and ... [more...]
Flushing New Baltimore
April 02, 2020
The Fauquier County Water And Sanitation Authority will be flushing in the following areas South Hills, Reserve at Brookeside, Emerald Oaks and Kelly Farms on April 3, 2020.
Building Closure until April 30th: A Message to our Customers and Vendors
March 27, 2020
With growing concern regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, the Fauquier County Water and Sanitation Authority Administration Building will be closed to the general public until April 30th, at which time we will re-evaluate. FCWSA is continuing to serve its customers, vendors, and community by phone, email, and regular mail. We strongly urge our customers to mail payments or take advantage of our online payment options found here. The drop box in front of our Administration Building remains available for checks. If you need to make a cash payment, please contact our office at (540) 349-2092 during normal weekday business hours (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM) to make arrangements. FCWSA is also following the request of the Commonwealth of Virginia to suspend cut-offs until further notice. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. FCWSA makes the safety of its customers, vendors, employees, and community its top priority and continues to follow guidance from the CDC, WHO, and VDH to practice hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette, and social distancing. For more information about COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control (CDC) https://www.cdc.gov/, World Health Organization (WHO) https://www.who.int/, and Virginia Department of Health (VDH) http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus websites.
Please Flush Wisely
March 26, 2020
As toilet paper runs short, many citizens may turn to alternatives such as “flushable” wipes and sanitizing wipes. These substitutes can cause problems for the sewers that could result in blocked lines, backups into homes and malfunctioning treatment equipment.
Please do not flush baby wipes, 'flushable' wipes, or any other alternative to toilet paper. There is no wastewater recognized standard to ‘certify’ what is flushable other than toilet paper. If you do use alternatives to toilet paper please dispose of them in the garbage. When in doubt, don’t flush it. Use the trash can. Thank you! FCWSA