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The following list of vendors have been selected because of their superior reputation and level of service within their industry. The names on the list below have proven to be fair and trustworthy while providing top-notch customer service. The list is comprised of vendors that we have had personal experience with, as well as others who have been recommended to me by trusted sources.

Chesapeake

 
  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

 

Gloucester

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Hampton

 
  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

James City County

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Mathews County

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Newport News

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Norfolk

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Poquoson

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Portsmouth

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Smithfield

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Suffolk

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

Virginia Beach

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Williamsburg

 
  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

 

York County

  • Private wells are the only source of drinking water in some sections of the County. Well construction must be approved by the Health Department- (757) 594-7340 (lower County) or (757) 253-4813 (upper County).

  • Sewers.  Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) manages municipal wastewater treatment in Hampton Roads and bills customers every two months, based on water consumption. For customer service, call HRSD - (757) 460-2491.

  • York County Sewer is maintained by Public Works Utilities Operations - (757) 890-3751. Where sewerage is available, residents are billed every two months to maintain the system - (757) 890-3702.

  • Septic tank permits are issued by the Health Department, if soil passes a percolation test administered by a department sanitarian - (757) 253-4813 (upper County) or (757) 594-7340 (lower County). 

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