Water DepartmentImportant Notice for Currituck County Water Customers
Recently the Currituck County Customer Service Office has been contacted by customers with questions concerning a company offering free water testing with the intention of selling water treatment equipment to residents supplied by our water system.
This company does not represent Currituck County and the County is not experiencing any water quality problems that would require additional treatment for customers in their homes.
Posted February 24, 2014
The Currituck County Water Department is dedicated to providing you, the customer, with a safe, high quality and reliable water supply that meets or exceeds all federal and state drinking water requirements.
Our goal is to produce and distribute our product in the most efficient way, while maintaining sufficient pressure for our customers and fire protection needs. We are committed to providing professional and courteous services to satisfy the needs of our customers while maintaining our commitment to quality, excellence and support.
The Water Department services over 4,800 active accounts and employs 13 people, including nine production/distribution employees and four administrative employees.
The water system is self-supporting and uses no tax dollars in its operating funds.
Pay Your Bill OnLine With Visa or Mastercard
Currituck County Water Department is pleased to offer online payments through MUNIS OnLine services. Customers may now pay their water and sewer bills with Visa or MasterCard online at their convenience. There is no additional charge for this service.
Read instructions and a link to the MUNIS Online Bill Payment page.
Electronic Funds Transfer
With EFT service, your water or sewer bill payment is deducted from your checking account on the due date printed on your bill.
Fill out the Electronic Fund Transfer Enrollment Form.
What This Department Does
What This Department Does Not Do
Pouring Fat, Oil, or Grease Down the Sink Can Damage the Sewer SystemDid you know that each time you pour fat, oil, or grease (FOG) down the sink, you may contribute to a costly problem in the sewer system. FOG coats the inner walls of underground piping and the plumbing in your home.
Over time, these greasy materials build up and form blockages in pipes, which can lead to wastewater backing up into your home or business, overflowing in the streets, and finding its way into storm drains and onto beaches.
Learn more from the Currituck FOG Brochure.
444 Maple Road
The Water Department Administrative Office is located at 444 Maple Rd., Maple, N.C.
Monday - Friday
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call Currituck Central at 252-232-3732