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Carroll’s Creek Water Authority.
You’ll find important phone numbers as well as information about your water service with us. If you have any questions about this website or would like additional information not found here,
please contact the office at (205) 333-1140.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Carroll's Creek Water Authority was established in 1979. We are a non profit distribution center. Our water resources are purchased from the City of Tuscaloosa which is treated water from Lake Tuscaloosa. Carroll's Creek Water Authority routinely monitors the quality of your water as it relates to delivery to your home. This is water of the highest quality and meets all standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management.
Click below for directions to our Office.
Carroll's Creek Water Authority's Board Meeting will be held
on Thursday April 29th at 5 p.m.
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CCWA Staff and Management
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
As of October 1, 2018, the City of Tuscaloosa implemented its
annual water rate increase. Since
Carroll’s Creek Water Authority purchases its water from the City of
Tuscaloosa, we will be adjusting water rates effective March 15, 2019 as
Gallons Old Rate New Rate
First 2,000 Gallons $29.81 $30.77 (Minimum)
Next 8,000 Gallons $8.00 $8.00 (per 1,000 Gallons)
Next 10,000 Gallons $5.00 $5.00 (per 1,000 Gallons)
(4% utility tax will be
Our goal at Carroll's Creek Water Authority has always been to keep rates as low as possible while continuing to offer responsible service to our customers. The new rates are necessary to meet these goals and to maintain certain bond debt service requirements.
Carroll's Creek Water Authority Board of Directors