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HURRICANE SEASON: As we enter the last few months of hurricane season, it is proving to have many active alerts.  Please visit our website at www.wcwc.biz for information and guidance.  If you ever evacuate or will be away from home during an inclement weather event, turn off water to your home.  WCWC is happy to assist with that before a storm arrives, if you contact our office.  Regardless, water should always be turned off to docks, outbuildings, and irrigation systems. You can also sign-up for alerts by calling the office at 252-393-1515. 

DRAFT CUSTOMERS:  Any additional payments on your account must be made at least 3 business days before the draft date to avoid having the original amount drafted, resulting in a credit balance on your account.

Bill Payment Options

West Carteret Water Corporation still offers a wide variety of convenient payment options for our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs. Thank you for your patience as we continue to do everything in our power to keep our staff and members safe.

Carteret County Humane Society

The Carteret County Humane Society need dog treats:  Milk Bones, Dog Chews, Pup-Peronis, or Beggin Strips.  If you would like to drop off at West Carteret Water Corporation through October 5, we will deliver! We are open M-F 8:30 am until 4:30 pm!    

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Hurricane Season is Here

September 05, 2023

Hurricane season has made its appearance once again. West Carteret Water Corporation would like to extend a reminder to all of our members to stay prepared!

If at any time during a hurricane or tropical storm you decide to evacuate, please make sure to cut the water off using your personal shut off valve located next to your water meter box. If you cannot do so, call our office at (252)393-1515 or send an email to water@wcwc.biz and WCWC will be more than glad to cut it off for you. There is no cost for this service.

Do not leave water on at docks, outdoor showers, irrigation systems, or outbuildings! Historically, leaks in these types of plumbing have been the source of high usage...

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Are You Prepared for Any Situation?

Are You Prepared for Any Situation?

September 01, 2023

September is National Preparedness Month! 

Disasters happen in the blink of an eye, and we want you to be prepared. Hot, cold, rain or shine, being prepared and organized can be the difference between survival and struggle.

Let's examine some standard preparedness kits and survival tips that every home and car should have ready to go! 

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