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Lead Line Account Update Form

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Please enter your account number. Each account number can only submit the form one time.
Please provide the name of the primary account holder, you will be able to provide information for authorized contact information later.
Billing Address(Required)
This is the address where you want to receive your bill, this can be a post office box or other address.
Physical Service Address(Required)
This is the physical service address where you live, this is where your water meter is located.
Authorized Contact Information
Name
Relationship
Phone Number
 
If you would like to provide any authorized contacts for billing or emergency notifications please provide the name and relationship of the person. You can use friend, relative, business partner, or other status. A phone number is also greatly appreciated if you can provide it.
Which best describes your property?
Would you like to participate in voluntary water sampling? There is no cost to participate. You must have an easily accessible outside faucet that is metal, no exposed plastic piping, and preferably no pets near the faucet.
Water Quality Issues
Please check if any of the following apply to you or if you have experienced any of these issues in the past 30 days.
Inside Plumbing Information(Required)
Please let us know if you have any of the following plumbing inside your house.
Lead or Galvanized Piping(Required)
To the best of your knowledge, do you have any galvanized, steel, or lead jointed plumbing fixtures in your house, or in your plumbing from the meter to your house?
Any notes, comments, or suggestions for the Town of Sweet Water?

2023 Consumer Confidence Report

Request Copy

If you are a current utility customer and would like to receive a copy of our 2023 Consumer Confidence Report please Contact Us and one will be provided to you at no cost.

What is the CCR?

The CCR (Consumer Confidence Report) is an annual report about the water quality of our local public water system. It provides a detailed report of sample results that were taken during the previous year. It also provides you with contact information for those responsible for your water system. All public water systems are required to provide a CCR to their customers at least once per year.

There is a violation reported on the CCR relating to disinfection by-products, specifically Trihalomethanes, in which the THM level was above the MCL level. Due to the organic makeup of the raw, sourcewater, from the well and the interaction between the bromides in the sourcewater, the chlorine (disinfectant) interaction causes increased levels of THM and other disinfection by products.

Additional CCR Links

EPA Drinking Water

EPA Water Quality

EPA CCR Information for Consumers

EPA How to Read/Understand the CCR

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Reports

Alabama Rural Water Association

2022 Consumer Confidence Report

Request Copy

If you are a current utility customer and would like to receive a copy of our 2022 Consumer Confidence Report please Contact Us and one will be provided to you at no cost.

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What is the CCR?

The CCR (Consumer Confidence Report) is an annual report about the water quality of our local public water system. It provides a detailed report of sample results that were taken during the previous year. It also provides you with contact information for those responsible for your water system. All public water systems are required to provide a CCR to their customers at least once per year.

There is a violation reported on the CCR relating to disinfection by-products, specifically Trihalomethanes, in which the THM level was above the MCL level. Due to the organic makeup of the raw, sourcewater, from the well and the interaction between the bromides in the sourcewater, the chlorine (disinfectant) interaction causes increased levels of THM and other disinfection by products.

Additional CCR Links

EPA Drinking Water

EPA Water Quality

EPA CCR Information for Consumers

EPA How to Read/Understand the CCR

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Reports

Alabama Rural Water Association

2021 Consumer Confidence Report

Request Copy

If you are a current utility customer and would like to receive a copy of our 2021 Consumer Confidence Report please Contact Us and one will be provided to you at no cost.

What is the CCR?

The CCR (Consumer Confidence Report) is an annual report about the water quality of our local public water system. It provides a detailed report of sample results that were taken during the previous year. It also provides you with contact information for those responsible for your water system. All public water systems are required to provide a CCR to their customers at least once per year.

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Additional CCR Links

EPA Drinking Water

EPA Water Quality

EPA CCR Information for Consumers

EPA How to Read/Understand the CCR

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Reports

Alabama Rural Water Association

November 2nd 2020

Routine Ordinances after the election to continue town business were passed. Those ordinances are provided below.

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2020 Municipal Election

The following were elected, without opposition, they will take office on the first Monday in November 2020, for a term of 4 Years:

Mayor: Chad Broussard

Council Place Number 1: Sandra Etheridge

Council Place Number 2: Miranda Blakeney

Council Place Number 3: Ken McClantoc

Council Place Number 4: Jimmy Davis

Council Place Number 5: Patrick Robison

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Community Dumpster

PUBLIC NOTICE FROM THE TOWN OF SWEET WATER

CONCERNING THE DUMPSTER LOCATED ON 3RD STREET

This dumpster is provided by the Town of Sweet Water FOR OUR WATER CUSTOMER’S CONVENIENCE.  This dumpster is only for the use of the residents on the Sweet Water Water System.  This notice is to remind you that there are certain items that CANNOT be placed in the dumpster.   These items are as follows:

NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE, NO TIRES; NO CAR BATTERIES; NO AIR CONDITIONERS; NO REFRIGERATORS OR FREEZERS, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WITH A COMPRESSOR.

Also, it should go without saying, but if you go to the dumpster and it is full, please take items back and wait until the dumpster has been emptied.  The dumpster cannot be removed when there are items above the top of the dumpster.  When they come to exchange the dumpster, anything above the top is raked off and it creates extra work for someone because this has to be cleaned up.  Cardboard cartons should be broken down flat so as not to take up excess space.

Absolutely nothing should be placed on the ground outside of the dumpster

Your cooperation is appreciated.

Town of Sweet Water

2020 Consumer Confidence Report

Request Copy

If you are a current utility customer and would like to receive a copy of our 2019 Consumer Confidence Report please Contact Us and one will be provided to you at no cost.

What is the CCR?

The CCR (Consumer Confidence Report) is an annual report about the water quality of our local public water system. It provides a detailed report of sample results that were taken during the previous year. It also provides you with contact information for those responsible for your water system. All public water systems are required to provide a CCR to their customers at least once per year.

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Additional CCR Links

EPA Drinking Water

EPA Water Quality

EPA CCR Information for Consumers

EPA How to Read/Understand the CCR

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Reports

Alabama Rural Water Association

CoVID-19 Updates

Even though things have slowed down a lot due to the corona virus, the staff at the Town Hall has been busy with the routine town business.

We are excited to announce the Town of Sweet Water’s website is being updated to provide more features to help our citizens interact with Town Hall during the CoVID-19 pandemic and in the future. Recently, a community alert and notification feature was released (with a bit of a surprise… someone forgot to clear the test messages…). Additionally, we have released an online reporting system for Water & Street Department issues. We are now able to accept credit/debit card payments over the phone by calling the Town Hall. You can also make your online payments by visiting the Online Payment page on our new website.

If you have not yet had an opportunity to look at our new website we greatly encourage you to check it out. We appreciate any comments and concerns that you may have. We want this website to be an asset to the citizens as well as to potential businesses and newcomers who are interested in our community.