Sep 10, 2019
Category: Current News
Posted by: aclardy


The next Board Meeting will be

October 14, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.


Maury County Board of Public Utilities meets at 5:30 p.m. on the 2nd Monday of each month at 765 New Lewisburg Highway, Columbia, TN 38401.

The Board Meeting Entrance is located on the side of our building, just past the Drive-Thru window. Please feel free to participate in these meetings.



In Person:
765 New Lewisburg Hwy
Columbia, TN 38401

By Mail:
P.O. Box 1196
Columbia, TN 38402

Phone: (931) 381-8900

Fax: (931) 381-8288


Jun 12, 2019
Category: Current News
Posted by: aclardy



We are pleased to present our annual water quality report for all water testing performed in 2018.

A link to this report is available under the Water Quality Report (CCR) tab. To request a copy of this report, please contact our office.



Customers wishing to utilize the new portal will need to create a NEW portal account. For more information, a User Guide is available by clicking HERE.

For access to the new portal, follow the ** NEW ** Online Payment Logon tab.

We appreciate your patience during this transition.


May 11, 2019
Category: Current News
Posted by: aclardy
Tennessee 811
is the Underground Utility Notification Center for Tennessee.

KNOW what's BELOW...
Call BEFORE you DIG!

Phone: 811 or (800) 351-1111


Conservation Tips

Conservation Tips

The average person uses approximately 50 - 75 gallons of water every day. Becoming waste conscious, you can reduce your usage. Saving water saves money and also helps protect our most precious resource.

These are some practical water conservation tips:

  • Wash only full loads in your washing machine and dishwasher.
  • Do not run water continuously when washing dishes by hand.
  • Attach low-flow faucet aerators to faucets.
  • Take short showers instead of baths. A full bath requires approximately 36 gallons of water. A five minute shower using a low-flow restrictor will use 15 - 25 gallons.
  • Install low-flow shower heads and toilets. Low flow toilets typically use 1/2 the water of a standard toilet.
  • Don't leave the water running while brushing your teeth and/or shaving.
  • Check for leaking faucets or toilets and repair them. A leaking faucet, dripping once per second, wastes six gallons of water a day. A leaking toilet can waste up to 5,000 gallons per day.
  • Use a nozzle on your hose that will stop the water flow when appropriate.
  • Use a broom, not a hose, to clean driveways and sidewalks.
  • Store drinking water in the refrigerator, rather than allowing the tap to run for a cold glass of water.
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