Utilities Department

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Chris Edwards, P.E.
Director of Utilities

George Brant
Assistant Director of Utilities 

MISS UTILITY The Virginia Underground Damage Prevention Act requires anyone planning to perform any digging, grading, trenching, or other similar activities to provide at least 48 hours notice to utilities such as the telephone company, the cable television company, the electric power company, and the water and sewer utility, so that they may mark any underground lines they may have in the area of the planned excavation. This notification can be provided by making one call to the Miss Utility notification center at 8-1-1. Miss Utility will then notify all of the affected underground utilities that they need to mark their lines.

The Utilities Department operates, maintains, improves and expands Stafford County's water and wastewater system in conjunction with properly financing and managing the Utilities Fund. 

Services 

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Customer Service 

Utilities Vector
Field Operations 
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Start or Stop Service 


Projects and Facilities

Division Phone Number E-Mail  Address
3R (repair, replace, rehabilitate) Projects (540)658 -8695 E-mail 71 Coal Landing Road
Review and Code Compliance       
Smith Lake Water Treatment Facility (540) 658-4828 E-Mail 354 Doc Stone Road
Lake Mooney Water Treatment Facility (540) 658-5112 E-Mail 500 Greenbank Road
Aquia Wastewater Treatment Facility (540) 658-4826 E-Mail  
Little Falls Run Wastewater Treatment Facility (540) 658-5120 E-Mail  

COVID-19 Municipal Utility Relief Program

Stafford County Utilities received CARES Act funds to help all eligible utilities customers with unpaid water and sewer bills.  Click here to learn more and Apply Today!