- Water Authority of Dickson County offices will be closed Monday, November 11, 2019 and will reopen for regular business Tuesday, November 12, 2019.
- The Board of Commissioners meeting scheduled for Monday, November 11, 2019 has been rescheduled to Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 6:00 PM.
- Water Authority of Dickson County offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 28 and 29, 2019 and will reopen for regular business Monday, December 2, 2019.
Welcome to the Water Authority of Dickson County (WADC) website.
WADC proudly serves customers in Dickson, Hickman and Williamson Counties.
We hope you find our website helpful and informative. Our intent is to provide another customer resource that is efficient, beneficial, and easy to use. A variety of helpful tools are available, such as paying your bill online or providing customer feedback.
The Water Authority of Dickson County (WADC) staff diligently works to provide the 24-hour a day, 7-day a week services necessary for all who live and work within our service area. WADC is committed to the integrity of our environment and to the health of our communities. Our families and neighbors depend on clean, uncontaminated water for their consumption and recreation. A safe, dependable source of water is vital for the individual and an important component in many of the processes used in commercial and industrial sectors; and reliable, functional wastewater collection / treatment systems are essential for the environment of any community.
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. In 2006 the City of Fairview’s Water and Wastewater systems were acquired, as well as the Wastewater Systems from the Town of White Bluff in 2015, bringing WADC’s total customer base to approximately 20,700 water customers and 8,800 wastewater customers. Since the original consolidation, WADC has been used as a model throughout Tennessee for other utility districts interested in combining to provide regional services.
We consistently strive to improve our operations and customer service. Please feel free to contact us with any recommendations, concerns, or suggestions you may have.
Michael K. Adams, P.E.