WATER | SEWER | REFUSE BILLING INFORMATION
Water, sewer, and refuse collection services are billed to Town of Luray citizens monthly. These bills are mailed on the 25th of each month and are due on the 10th of the following month. Rate schedules are listed below.
Delinquent billings: A 10% penalty is added to the total amount of billings on the 11th day of the month. If bills are not paid by the 21st day of each month, water service will be disconnected without further notice. In order to have service restored, the past due portion of your account must be paid in full plus a $30.00 reconnection fee, $60.00 after 5:00pm.
2020 Holiday Schedule
MEMORIAL DAY - Mon, May 25 - Trash on a 1 day delay
INDEPENDENCE DAY - NORMAL SCHEDULE
LABOR DAY - Mon., Sept. 7 - Trash on a 1 day delay
THANKSGIVING -Thurs., Nov. 26 - Trash on a 1 day delay
CHRISTMAS - Fri., Dec. 25 - Trash on a 1 day delay
Water Rookie of the Year Award
At the 30th Annual Virginia Rural Water Conference, David Sedwick received the award for Water Rookie of the Year. This award is awarded to an operator who is starting in the water field. David worked at the Wastewater Plant for over 20 years, and in 2018 transferred to the Water Treatment Plant. David started at the Water Plant in August 2018, and in November 2018, David passed his water license exam. David is now a licensed water operator. David has been, and continues to be, a huge asset to the Water Treatment Plant here in Luray!
Did You Know...
...A dripping faucet or fixture can waste 3 gallons of water a day -a total of 1,095 gallons a year! Diameter of stream water wasted in 90 days at an average of 60 psi water pressure:
A 1/4" stream / diameter hole can waste 1,181,500 gallons of water.
A 3/16" stream / diameter hole can waste 666,000 gallons of water.
A 1/8" stream / diameter hole can waste 296,000 gallons of water.
A 1/16" stream / diameter hole can waste 74,000 gallons of water.
Not all drinking water is treated. Source water protection is especially important for rural residents or those relying solely on private well water without access to industrial treatment and expensive testing used by public suppliers. View Brochure