Jasper Water & Sanitation
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NOTICE COMMERCIAL SANITATION SERVICE CUSTOMERS
Beginning August 1, 2023, the City of Jasper will no longer offer commercial sanitation service, other than to the businesses in the immediate Downtown area, or “Central Business District”. You should receive information in the coming weeks from our residential sanitation service partner, Waste Pro, regarding the commercial services they offer; however, you may elect to choose a different provider.
Because the City bills for the previous month’s service, you will receive a bill in August for July’s sanitation collection by the City. This bill will be due by September 10, 2023.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call City Hall at 706-692-9100 .
We appreciate the privilege of serving you these past years.
City of Jasper
Residential Sanitation Service
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Starting August 1, 2022, Waste Pro of GA will be the City of Jasper’s new solid waste collector for residential customers.
Sanitation services are only available to residents and businesses inside the city limits at this time.
M&E Construction is scheduled to have personnel in Jasper starting the week of October 17, 2022. For the first several days, they will be changing out the registers on recently set meters to AMI capability. Unlike complete meter changeouts, this work will not require water to be turned off while the work is being performed. Once these meters have been upgraded, M&E will start on meter replacements using the City’s meter reading route system.
M&E Construction will be
working in the following areas:
Starting March 20th:
Side roads off South Main / Refuge Rd
Side roads off E Church St
and W Church St
Side roads off Camp Rd
Old Philadelphia Rd and side roads (behind Walmart)
Twin Mountain Lake area
Burnt Mountain Rd / Hunters Ridge / Cove Rd and all side streets
Hwy 53 / Village Creek / Hill City Rd and side streets
Hwy 515 / Noah / Bill Wigington / Philadelphia area
All water that enters your residence or business is currently measured through a manually read meter that records the amount of water being used.
With a new AMI meter, water usage information or “consumption” is recorded by the meter and then remotely transmitted to City Hall every day. This means that nearly real time information on consumption and potential leak situations is available to not only our Utility Billing Department, but also to our customers!
In the next few months, Consolidated Pipe & Supply Company will start constructing the base station and repeater infrastructure. During this same time, crews will start changing out water meters.
Meter change outs will be coordinated through the City of Jasper and will be performed by Consolidated Pipe & Supply, along with their utility subcontractor M&E Construction. All field personnel will either be in City of Jasper uniform or have ID badges for Consolidated Pipe & Supply or M&E Construction.
We anticipate that the meter change out process will take several weeks, and we will be sure to keep you updated as to the official start date for the project and as milestones are achieved.
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To apply, complete and submit a Reduced Water and/or Sewer Application. Please include a copy of your most recent tax return. Complete and fax or drop form off at City Hall. This program requires annual renewal to remain at the reduced rate schedule.
A new application must be completed and submitted to the City of Jasper no later than February 1st each year.
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You will need account number and last payment amount to be able to make payments or create an online account.
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Office Hours: Monday-Friday | 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
AFTER HOURS SERVICE
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The Georgia Water Stewardship Act went into effect statewide on June 2, 2010. It allows daily outdoor watering for purposes of planting, growing, managing, or maintaining ground cover, trees, shrubs, or other plants only between the hours of 4 p.m. and 10 a.m. by anyone whose water is supplied by a water system permitted by the Environmental Protection Division.
The following outdoor water uses also are allowed daily at any time of the day by anyone:
- Commercial agricultural operations as defined in Code Section 1-3-3;
- Capture and reuse of cooling system condensate or storm water in compliance with applicable local ordinances and state guidelines;
- Reuse of gray water in compliance with Code Section 31-3-5.2 and applicable local board of health regulations adopted pursuant thereto;
- Use of reclaimed waste water by a designated user from a system permitted by the Environmental Protection Division of the department to provide reclaimed waste water;
- Irrigation of personal food gardens;
- Irrigation of new and replanted plant, seed, or turf in landscapes, golf courses, or sports turf fields during installation and for a period of 30 days immediately following the date of installation;
- Drip irrigation or irrigation using soaker hoses;
- Handwatering with a hose with automatic cutoff or handheld container;
- Use of water withdrawn from private water wells or surface water by an owner or operator of property if such well or surface water is on said property;
- Irrigation of horticultural crops held for sale, resale, or installation;
- Irrigation of athletic fields, golf courses, or public turf grass recreational areas;
- Installation, maintenance, or calibration of irrigation systems; or
Outdoor water use for any purposes other than watering of plants, such as power washing or washing cars, is still restricted to the current odd/even watering schedule.
- Odd-numbered addresses can water on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
- Even-numbered and unnumbered addresses are allowed to water on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Local governments and water providers are authorized to implement more stringent outdoor water use schedules within their jurisdictions.