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Lee County PSA Competes in NRWA's
Great American Water Taste Test


The Lee County Public Service Authority won "Best Tasting Water in Virginia" last April at the Virginia Rural Water Association's annual conference, beating out utility water samples from all across the Commonwealth. The win earned the PSA the right to compete in the National contest at this year's NRWA Rally, held February 7-9, 2023 in Washington, D.C.

The official water sample was collected from the PSA's Blue Springs Water Treatment Plant in Rose Hill, VA. This marks the third time Lee County PSA has competed in the nationwide contest, finishing in 5th place two years ago, and just outside the top 5 this year.

The Blue Springs source provides water to approximately 1,950 customers in Lee County. Blue Springs has been a reliable water source for years, even dating back to the late 1700’s when frontier travelers like Daniel Boone made note of it during their many journeys through Southwest Virginia and the Cumberland Gap.


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Giles Hollow Project Celebration


A celebration was held on Friday, October 7 for the Giles Hollow Community Water Project. Several citizens from the community gathered to receive a project update, with many of those responsible for working to get the project to come to fruition being recognized for their efforts. Pictured, left to right, are: Tyler Lester (from Senator Todd Pillion's office), LENOWISCO Executive Director Duane Miller, First District Delegate Terry Kilgore, District 1 Supervisor Robert Smith, Lee County PSA Executive Director Tracy Puckett and Lee County Administrator Dane Poe. The Lee Co PSA presented Robert Smith with a plaque recognizing his commitment and dedication to the Giles Hollow project. Smith assisted the PSA by going door-to-door to help collect user agreements.

Board of Directors next meeting will be April 25 at 2:00 p.m.

Be sure to take advantage of our new phone system!



In keeping with our commitment to maintain minimal rates for sewer service, the Lee Co PSA is asking all of its sewer customers to refrain from flushing anything down the toilet except human waste and toilet paper. This includes any and all items that may be labeled "flushable". Any items flushed down the toilet except for human waste and toilet paper creates numerous issues for your service lines, the PSA's lines, our pump stations, and ultimately, our treatment facility, which increases operating costs, and thus increases customer costs.

Help us keep the rates you pay at a minimum. We certainly appreciate your cooperation and understanding on this matter. 


                                                                                                 ~ PSA Management

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