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Waste & Water

Water and Trash Pick-up
Lisa Watson: Utility Billing
Phone: 706.652.2274
Fax: 706.652.3511
lisagarb08@gmail.com

Water Department and Public Works – located at 92 Brevard Street
Aaron Patton: Water Superintendent
John Turpin: Equipment/Distribution Operator
Phone: 706.652.2274
After hours – Water Department Emergency numbers only 678-858-5467 or 706-424-3038

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WASTE

  1. DOWNLOAD NEW INFORMATION ABOUT OUR RECYCLING PROGRAM! -> Recycling Info Download
    (posted 05-16-12)
  2. All garbage pickup is curbside and pickup day is FRIDAY for trash and recycle bins
  3. All garbage MUST be bagged
  4. Do NOT put ashes, paint, or paint thinner or any other building materials in or on the canrecyclegg
  5. Sharing services with another person IS PROHIBITED
  6. All cans must be placed no more than (2) feet from the roadside by 5:00 am the morning of pickup
  7. If your garbage is not out by 5:00 am and not picked up on your pick up day, it will NOT be picked up until next week
  8. Do not block mailboxes with cans
  9. All cat litter must be double bagged and tied up
  10. No yard trimmings (grass clippings, tree limbs, etc.) will be picked up. The landfill will not accept yard trimmings with the household garbage
  11. If a holiday falls on or before your service day, your service will be the following day (including Saturday).   Check City Hall for list of holidays.
  12. We will provide individual recycle bins.

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WATER

The City of Maysville provides water and sewer services within the municipal city limits of Maysville and its authorized service delivery area.

Current Water & Sewer Ordinance: water_and_sewer_ord-2009

For Online Forms for Water Click Here

Annual Water Quality Report -> MAYSVILLE CCR 2014 PDF

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Tips to Save Water

  1. Dishwashing: Don’t rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher, or half-fill a plastic tub to rinse; save 8 to 10 gallons.
  2. Drinking Water: Keep a bottle in the fridge; don’t run the tap to get it cold’ save 1 gallon.
  3. Toilet: No unnecessary flushing; average flush is 3.5 gallons.
  4. Baths: Shower instead of bathing; save 30 gallons (even with a long shower).
  5. Laundry: Switch off the “extra rinse” cycle; save 8 gallons.
  6. Tooth Care: Don’t run the water while you brush, use glass to rinse; save 4 gallons.
  7. Food: Defrost in the refrigerator overnight, not under running water; save 4 gallons.
  8. Shaving: Don’t run the water while you shave; save 4 gallons.
  9. Showers: Take a “Navy” shower (turn the water off while you lather;) save 8 gallons.
  10. Garbage: Use a compost pile instead of the garbage disposal; save 2 gallons.