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7:30AM-4:30PM CT


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Welcome to the Water Authority of Dickson County’s (WADC) Website

Water Authority of Dickson County filtration plant

The Water Authority of Dickson County (WADC) was formed as a regional water and wastewater service provider in 2002 by the consolidation of the City of Dickson Water and Wastewater System, Turnbull-White Bluff Utility District, and Harpeth Utility District. Combining these entities resulted in centralized water service to approximately 75% of the land mass and population of Dickson County as well as portions of surrounding counties. Since the consolidation, WADC has been used as a model throughout Tennessee for other utility districts interested in combining to provide regional services.

WADC serves water customers in Dickson and Williamson Counties and wastewater customers in Dickson, Hickman and Williamson Counties. The Water Authority is well positioned to provide water and wastewater services to meet the challenges of its region.



CURRENT NEWS

The Water Authority of Dickson County Administrative Offices will be closed:

  • New Year's Day
  • Martin Luther King Day
  • Good Friday
  • Memorial Day
  • July 4th
  • Labor Day
  • Veterans Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Day after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Day


Celebrating 10 Years 2012 Revenue Refunding Bond Report

Press Release - Honoring the late Mr. John C. Shelton, and, Board of Commissioner’s Appointment of Mr. Chad Murphy as New Board Member and Mr. Michael Adams as Executive Director

Reminder of Some Customer Responsibilities

Executive Director, Dr. Sandra K. Dudley leaves WADC to become new Director of Water Resources at TDEC

City Councilman Dwight Haynes Appointed to WADC Board of Commissioners

Retiring Commissioner Richard Arnold Honored by WADC

Sanitary Survey Press Release

WADC receives the Governor’s Commendation for Exceptional Public Service

Rate Structure