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Scheduled Water Main Flushing

Crews will begin planned flushing of water mains throughout Mallory Creek and Westport on Monday September 21. Flushing will last through Friday September 25. Customers may experience interruptions in water pressure.

  • Hours of Operations 9:00AM-5:00PM
  • After Hours Water Emergencies 910-367-1537
  • After Hours Sewer Emergencies 910-367-2084

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*8/30/19 UPDATE* The Stage 1 Water Conservation Alert has been lifted for all customers of Brunswick County Public Utilities. The voluntary water conservation measures taken by water system users in Brunswick County have helped to avoid mandatory water restrictions. Adjustment of irrigation schedules has been particularly helpful (no irrigation on Mondays and between 5 and 11 a.m.; odd-numbered addresses...

H2GO Recieved the Following from Brunswick County on June 24th, 2019: "Bolivia, NC – Brunswick County received notification on June 20th that the NC Division of Water Resources has temporarily suspended the issuance of Sewer Line Extension Permits for sewer flows tributary to the Northeast Brunswick Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. This does not affect the issuance of building permits or approvals...

On Sunday May 26th 2019, Brunswick County Public Utilities issued the following notice to area utilities: Due to drought conditions combined with the increased amount of visitors in the area during the holiday weekend, Brunswick County Public Utilities is experiencing record water demands. We request that all public water system consumers use water wisely during the Memorial Day holiday and defer irrigation and...

As H2GO continues to increase their community engagement efforts, they continue to be recognized by multiple organizations for their efforts. In May, H2GO Executive Director Bob Walker was awarded the Bud Pate Service Award from the North Carolina Rural Water Association for his dedication and commitment to the community he serves. Now, Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2GO has been recognized as a Utility of the...

On the morning of June 7th, the entire Cape Fear Region was met with the StarNews headline “Toxin Taints CFPUA Drinking Water”. Concerns grew and information was scarce, however area experts looked for ways to give the best information they could to the area residents. With a drinking water source that supplies a three-county area, only one county has had forums with experts to discuss the dangers of the emerging...

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