Phase V Update 09/04/19

August-September 2019: We expect that a final approval letter will be forthcoming by September 13 for Nine Foot Road and Robert Road along with adjacement subdivisions or streets....Learn more...

 

Bill Payment Options

West Carteret Water Corporation offers a wide variety of convenient payment options for our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... Learn more...

Hurricane Dorian

     Now that Hurricane Dorian is passing, we plan to open our office today, 9/6/19, at noon, as long as we have electricity. If you have an emergency prior to our office opening or need to report leaks, please call (252)241-0116, (252)241-9383, or (252)393-6465. 

     As long as we have access to our website, we will continue to post updates.  Please, like us on Facebook, because we will also post regular updates to our page. We hope that everyone continues to remain safe during this storm!

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Hurricane Dorian

September 04, 2019

     Whether you choose to evacuate or stay home, West Carteret Water Corporation hopes everyone remains safe!  Should you choose to evacuate, please make sure to cut your water off at your personal valve.  If you have already evacuated or need assistance cutting the valve off, please email us at water@wcwc.biz or call our office at (252)393-1515.  We also ask that you turn water off to all docks, outdoor showers, irrigation systems, and outbuildings.  During storms such as this, leaks in these types of plumbing have been the source of high usage that contribute to depleting our elevated tanks.  Also, we do not offer adjustments for high usage due to inclement weather where it could have...

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Safe Drinking Water

Safe Drinking Water

September 01, 2019

The last time you turned on a tap to brush your teeth, or fill a glass, or add 1/2 cup of water to a recipe, did you happen to wonder about the safety or cleanliness of the water? Almost certainly not. You didn't have to. You could rest assured that your drinking water was free from harm— untainted. This is one of the great privileges of living where we live . . . and when we live. 

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