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Arlington County Department of Public Works
2100 Clarendon Blvd., Suite 717
Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: 703-228-6485
Fax: 703-228-6585

Link to Arlington County's website

Potomac River (through WAD)

Service Area: Arlington County

Average Demand: 27 mgd
Maximum Daily Demand: 40 mgd

Number of Connections: 35,000

Miles of Pipe Maintained: 480

Read the Consumer Confidence Report on Arlington County's website

District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority
Department of Water Services
Water Quality Division
301 Bryant Street
Washington DC 20001

Phone: 202-612-3440
Fax: 202-673-4452

Link to DC WASA's website

Potomac River (through WAD)

Service Area: District of Columbia

Wholesale Customers: National Airport, Pentagon, Arlington Cemetery, Ft. Myers

Average Demand: 140 mgd
Maximum Daily Demand: 210 mgd

Read the Consumer Confidence Report on DC WASA's website or call the Water Quality Division at 202-612-3440 to obtain a copy.

City of Falls Church Department of Environmental Services
Public Utilities Division
300 Park Avenue
Falls Church, VA 22046

Phone: 703-248-5071
Fax: 703-248-5214

Link to Falls Church website

Potomac River (through WAD and FCWA))

Service Area: City of Falls Church and adjacent parts of north-central Fairfax County. See map of service area for more detail.

Average Demand: 17.53 mgd
Maximum Daily Demand:
29.41 mgd

Number of Customers: 33,000

Miles of Pipe Maintained: 450

Call 703-248-5070 for a copy of the Consumer Confidence Report

Loudoun County Sanitation Authority
P.O. Box 4000
Leesburg, VA 20177-1403

Phone: 703-771-1092
Fax: 703-771-4141

Link to LCSA's website

Goose Creek (through City of Fairfax Water Treatment Plant)

Potomac River (through FCWA's Corbalis Water Treatment Plant)

Service Area: eastern Loudoun County

Average Demand: 10.4 mgd
Maximum Daily Demand: 19.9 mgd

Number of Customers: 31,000

Miles of Pipe Maintained: 450

Read the Consumer Confidence Report on LCSA's website

Prince William County Service Authority
P.O. Box 2266
Woodbridge, VA 22193-0266

Phone: 703-335-7900
Fax: 703-335-7905

Potomac, Occoquan Rivers (through FCWA), contributing 80% of the water

Lake Manassas (through the City of Manassas DU), contributing 15%

Groundwater: remaining 5%

Service Area: unincorporated areas of Prince William County

Average Daily Production: 16.49 mgd

Average Daily Consumption: 12.27 mgd

Number of Customers: over 60,000

Miles of Pipe Maintained: 508

Read the Consumer Confidence Report on the web

Town of Herndon Department of Public Works
777 Lynn Street, Second Floor

Phone: 703-435-6853
Fax: 703-318-8492

Link to Town of Herndon's website

Potomac,
Occoquan Rivers (through FCWA Corbalis Plant and Occoquan Treatment Plants)
Service Area: Herndon Department of Public Works

Average Demand: 2.29 mgd

Maximum Daily Demand:
3.7 mgd

Number of Connections: 5,319

Miles of Pipeline: 75
Read the Water Quality Report
on the town's website

Town of Vienna Public Works Department
127 Center Street South
Vienna, VA 22180

Phone: 703-255-6380
Fax: 703-255-5722

Link to Vienna's website

Potomac River (through City of Falls Church), contributing 80% of the water

Occoquan River (through FCWA), contributing 19%

Groundwater: Remaining 1%

Service Area: Town of Vienna, extending slightly into Fairfax County in some areas

Average Demand: 2.6 mgd
Maximum Daily Demand: 3.7 mgd

Number of Customers: 9,000

Read Consumer Confidence Report on the town's website

Virginia American Water Company
2223 Duke St
Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: 703-549-7080
Fax: 703-549-6356

Link to Virginia American's website

Potomac River (through FCWA); most of Alexandria's water comes from FCWA's Corbalis Treatment Plant.

Occoquan River (through FCWA); almost all of Dale City's water comes from FCWA's Occoquan River treatment facilities.

Service Area:Virginia American Water Company
Alexandria, Dale City (Prince William District)

Average Demand: 16.1 mgd in Alexandria; 4.5 mgd in Dale City
Maximum Daily Demand: 23.74 mgd in Alexandria; 8.475 mgd in Dale City

Number of Customers: 25,513 in Alexandria; 16,124 in Dale City

Miles of Pipe Maintained: 258 in Alexandria; 153 in Dale City

Read the Consumer Confidence Report on the company's website

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