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The mission of the Roanoke Rapids Sanitary District is to affordably provide the highest quality water services; then safely collect wastewater and return clean water to the environment while promoting public trust and partnerships to the benefit of our associates and the satisfaction of our customers.

Thank you for visiting our Web Site. We hope you find the information useful and interesting, and invite you to bookmark it for easy return. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like further information on anything you see during your visit. We welcome your comments.

Online Bill Payment is available.  For instructions on how to get started click here.

Rates, Fees and DepositsThe new listings for rates have been implemented. View the new water rates and the associated fees, deposits and penalties. Effective 07/01/08 - The late payment fee increased to $10.00. Avoid unnecessary penalties, check out Hydro-Pay. 


The current Water Quality Reports and the Wastewater System Reports are Water Quality Reportavailable to you, our customers. We are proud to present these reports for all to view here online.


A Sewer Backup in Your Home or Business caused by a blockage in the sanitary sewer collection system Backwater Valve can be a frustrating situation.  The Roanoke Rapids Sanitary District staff takes every precaution possible to prevent such events from occurring, but occasionally a line blockage or other circumstance can cause a backup to occur in a home or business.  The North Carolina Building Code requires you to have a backwater valve if your plumbing fixtures are below the top of the first, upstream manhole on your street. If sewage backs up into your home, the cost to repair damages and clean up the mess may be high, and towns cannot be held liable for damages when a backwater valve has not been installed by a property owner.


AWWA REPORT TARGETS U.S. DRINKING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS A new kind of challenge is emerging in the United States, one that for many years was largely buried in our national consciousness. Now it can be buried no longer. Much of our drinking water infrastructure, the more than one million miles of pipes beneath our streets, is nearing the end of its useful life and approaching the age at which it needs to be replaced. Moreover, our shifting population brings significant growth to some areas of the country, requiring larger pipe networks to provide water service. (more)


The Roanoke Rapids Sanitary District welcomes public Board of Directorsparticipation in decisions concerning your water, wastewater, or collection system. The District Board holds public meeting the second Tuesday of every month beginning at 5:00pm at the Administrative Office, 1000 Jackson St., Roanoke Rapids.


The Roanoke Rapids Sanitary District provides water treatment, water distribution, Virtual Toursanitary wastewater collection and wastewater treatment services for all of Roanoke Rapids, Gaston, and several areas outside the district boundaries. Take a tour of our facilities online or request to see the real thing. Coming Soon.


An obvious way to conserve water is to turn off the Water Conservation and Education sprinklers when it's raining. Click here for lots of other ideas on ways you can save water (and money) both inside and outside of your home.


PoliciesListed are policies and procedures which could be beneficial for the general public to review. Updates and additions will be posted frequently.


FAQDo you have questions about your service? The answers to many of the most Frequently Asked Questions are available here. If you have questions that are not answered on these pages, please e-mail us and we'll respond as soon as possible.


We are proud to introduce our staff Staff and Managementof responsible and dedicated employees, who strive to make this water and wastewater system a safe and healthy environment for the district.


10WaysCleanWater Infographic Reveals Results from Declining Water Levels To bring attention to the power and the importance of clean water, Ohio University’s Russ College of Engineering and Technology in Athens, created an infographic that focuses on how providing clean water could change the world.


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