PWSD#3 has updated their emergency notifications to customers
by placing individual calls to each customer. Please contact
the district office at 636-742-5200 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
to update your contact numbers to ensure you receive all important
and maintenance shop for Public Water Supply District #3 of Franklin
County and St. Albans Water and Sewer Authority are located at 150
Old Highway 100 in Villa Ridge, Missouri. The District provides
drinking water for about 3,600 customers, of which about 1,400 customers
have sewer services furnished by the District as well.
The service area includes the communities of Villa
Ridge, Gray Summit, Labadie, area west of Pacific outside the city
limits and areas east of Washington outside the city limits, as
well as the community of St. Albans, Missouri.
Need emergency service? Call: 636-742-5200,
24 hours a day / 7 days a week for emergencies.
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WATER QUALITY REPORTS
PWSD #3 OF FRANKLIN COUNTY
ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING
ON THE CCR REPORTS TAB
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District has implemented customer access to pay water and sewer
bills online. Click the "your account"
button on the left to register and pay your utility bills online.
Receives Improved Rating
|2007-2009 ISO rerating
Franklin 3 Water Supply Boles Fire Protection District
IDENTITY THEFT PREVENTION PROGRAM
Public Water Supply District #3 of Franklin County, along with
St. Albans Water & Sewer Authority, has adopted an Identity
Theft Prevention Program, “The Red Flag Rule.”
This Program is intended to identify red flags that will alert
our employees when new or existing accounts are opened using false
information, protect against the establishment of false accounts,
provide methods to ensure existing accounts were not opened using
false information, and provide measures to respond to such events.
The District’s Program was developed using guidelines from
the Federal Trade Commission and was adopted to help protect its
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