Utilities - Public Service Authority
PSA Citizen Service Center
The Public Service Authority is proud to announce the opening of its new Citizen Service Center, located at 205 Broad Street, Dublin, on Monday, October 3, 2016.
The hours will be Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00p.m. and will have a drive – thru and payment drop box for citizen convenience.
The current Public Service Authority office at the Dublin Town Hall will be closed effective September 30, 2016.
Please join us for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Opening on Friday, October 14, 2016, at 9:00 a.m.
Pulaski County's Public Service Authority was created to better the quality of life for all citizens by providing residents with water, sewer, refuse and streetlight services.
The Public Service Authority is made up of five citizen representatives appointed by the Pulaski County Board of Supervisors. Since, water, sewer and streetlight services are not provided to less developed portions of Pulaski County, Authority members are responsible for overseeing the operation of these community services through user fees.
Pulaski County has a extensive water and sewer system extending from a two-million gallon per day water treatment plant fed by Claytor Lake in the Draper community to participation in the Peppers Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant located 15 miles to the east the Fairlawn community.
Water and sewer line extensions are offered based on the willingness of area residents to pay the additional debt service and operational costs incurred by the Authority as a result of the requested line extension.
Curbside weekly residential refuse collection services are provided in the Town of Pulaski and the unincorporated parts of the County as well as customized commercial and industrial waste hauling services. The Town of Dublin provides residential refuse collection services within the Town of Dublin corporate limits.
In a similar manner, streetlight services are made available where residents are willing to pay the additional operating costs.
The Public Service Authority maintains citizen service locations at the Fairlawn Tax and Bookkeeping service (7436 Pepper’s Ferry Road, Fairlawn); in the Dublin Town Center building (101 Dublin Park Road, Dublin); at the Pulaski County Building Permit Office in the County Administration Building (143 Third Street, NW, Pulaski) and through the services of the Treasurer’s Office in the Stone Courthouse (52 West Main Street, Pulaski).
Please call 540 674-8720 or 540 980-7705 with any questions or suggestions for improving services to the citizens of Pulaski County.