1. Update on Marquis Hills Area Septic-to-Sewer Connection Process

    Final certification on the project is expected next week, delaying mailing of connection packets until week of February 20th. Partial certification has been received, allowing us to connect customers with septic emergencies. Read on...
  2. CFPUA Board Approves Actions Toward Construction of Additional Raw Water Transmission Main

    The project will construct a new, 14-mile-long raw water main to provide additional, redundant water supply. CFPUA will contract, manage design in coordination with Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority and Brunswick County. Read on...
  3. CFPUA Begins Phase Two of its Water Meter Replacement Program

    The second phase involves the replacement of more than 17,000 water meters within CFPUA's service area throughout 2017. This portion of the program follows a successful pilot project, which took place in 2016. Read on...
  4. CFPUA receives fifth and sixth North Carolina S.H.A.R.P. Safety Awards in last three years

    Staffs of Richardson Nanofiltration Water Plant and Main Office honored for their work during 2016; Follows awards to staffs of Environmental Services, Southside Wastewater Plant, Sweeney Water Plant and Northside Wastewater Plant in 2014 and 2015. Read on...
  5. Information on Marquis Hills Area Mandatory Connection process

    The Marquis Hills Area Septic-to-Sewer project has moved into its final stages of completion and we expect the mandatory connection process to begin later this month or in early February. You can review all of the project information here. Additional Info...
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