Water and Sewer Services
Water and waste water treatment are provided by the Town of Kilmarnock’s Public Works Department:
The Town of Kilmarnock’s water supply originates from three drilled wells with storage in three elevated tanks located throughout the town. Average daily use is approximately 200,000 gallons with 560,000 gallons of storage capacity. This system also provides water for the Town’s fire hydrant needs. The Utilities department is responsible for the operation and maintenance of these facilities for over 1000 residential and commercial service connections.
Kilmarnock has a Cross Connection Control program as required by the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Dept. of Drinking Water. The links below offer more information on the program. The listings of testers are sorted by Local (within roughly 50 miles of Kilmarnock) and statewide. Not all of the listings have phone numbers at this time. We will be updating this as the data is available from the Commonwealth.
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Wastewater Treatment Department
Sewer services are supplied by The Town of Kilmarnock at our treatment facility on Mac’s Pond Road. At the present time, the maximum daily treatment capacity is 500,000 gallons and the average daily use is approximately 200,000 gallons. Over 1,000 residential and commercial customers are being served by this system. The type of sewerage treatment is advanced activated sludge.
For assistance in applying for utilities connections, please use the forms provided below or call the Town office for further help.
Utilities Connection Permit (for initial piping connections)
Utilities Account Application (to establish a water and sewer account)