Friday, July 31, 2015
The Water Department is responsible for the maintenance of hundreds of miles of water lines throughout the City that delivers the clean, fresh drinkning water to your home. Our mission is to provide safe and reliable water with environmental integrity to the customers we serve. Services we provided include maintaining the water distribution, managing facilities, capital improvements, water meter replacement and planning for future needs, all with the most responsible use of financial resources.

When there is a break in the lines either planned or unplanned, we will issue a boil water notice instructing customers in the effected area to boil their water before consumption.

Boil Water Notices

Boil Water Notice - Halls Ferry Marcus Bottom Area - LIFTED

alertThe water department has issued a boil water alert for Lane Street from Halls Ferry to Dot Street, Franklin Street from Lane to Military Avenue including Lane Alley. Until further notice, please boil your water before consumption. Sorry for the inconvenience. *** LIFTED ***

Boil Water Alert Bowmar Ave Area - Lifted

alertDue to repairs to a fire hydrant in your area water service will be off  approximately 4 hours starting at 8 a.m. on Friday, May 29, 2015.

The areas included are: Bowmar from Washington to Drummond, Letitia from Meadow to Bowmar, Letitia from Bowmar to Valley, Jeanette Street

Once water service is restored, customers will need to boil their water until further notice.  *** Lifted ***

Boil Water Alert - Drummond, Bowmar & Oak Streets *LIFTED*

Due to water line repairs, customers in the following areas should boil their water before consumption: Arthur Street from Cherry Street to Drummond Street, Drummond Street to Arthur Street south to Bowmar Avenue, Short Cherry from Harris Street south and west to Finney Street, Bowmar Avenue from Drummond Street to Washington Street, Letitia street from Speed Street south to Bowmar Avenue from Drummond Street west to Washington street, Valley Street from Bowmar Avenue south to Avenue C, Washington Street from Fairground Street south to Pittman Street, Bowmar Avenue west to Oak Street. * * This alert has been lifted * *

Boil Water Notice - Drummond Street *LIFTED*

alertDue to a broken water main in the area, customers in the following areas should boil their water before consumption: Drummond Street from Bowmar Ave to Arthur St, Harris Street, Washington Street from Fairground to Bowmar and Bowmar Ave. to Pittman. *LIFTED*

The Guide to Boil Water Alerts

Vickbsurg water plantThe Vicksburg Water Treatment Plant, under the direction of Mr. Pat McGuffie, operates 24 hours per day 365 days per year to provide residents with a quality water supply. Water is extracted from aquifers beneath the earth's surface, treated at the plant and then pumped into homes and businesses throughout the city. City of Vicksburg municipal water customers enjoy an excellent product that exceeds the standards set for potable water.

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Water Mains Contact Info

con_tel Phone: 601-801-3600
Telephone Icon Emergency: 601-636-1096
con_fax Fax: 601-634-2986
emailButtonemail: danel@vicksburg.org

con_addressPhysical Address:
City of Vicksburg
Water Mains
801 Washington Street
Vicksburg, MS 39180

con_addressMailing Address:
City of Vicksburg
Water Mains
PO Box 150
Vicksburg, MS 39181

 

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