The Department of Utilities operates, maintains, improves and expands Stafford County's water and wastewater system in conjunction with properly financing and managing the Utilities Fund.learn more
Prevent Frozen Pipes
Colder temperatures can lead to an increased chance of frozen and burst pipes. Learn how to prevent frozen pipes and avoid costly repairs.learn more
It is important not to dump fats, oils and grease (FOG) down the drain as they damage and clog pipes both at home and in the sewer system.learn more
Stafford County Utilities will be conducting several infrastructure improvements in the Ferry Farm area as part of Stafford County's repair, replace and rehabilitate (3R) program.learn more
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Drink Tap Water: It Makes "Cents!"
We can’t live without water to drink. Whether you reach for a glass, head to the faucet, or choose bottled water, both are safe options.
Learning and Getting Answers on PFAS When it Comes to Water Safety
PFAS, per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, are widely used, long-lasting synthetic chemicals, components of which break down very slowly over time.