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COVID-19: Utility Shut-offs Extended through November 15

Utility Shut-Off Moratorium: The moratorium on utility shut-offs has been extended through November 15. Beginning October 1, utility providers could begin to issue notices to residents that their utilities may be shut off starting November 15 for those who are behind. However, some companies like WSSC Water have already announced they are not performing shut-offs. […]

Friday September 4th, 2020 in COVID-19, Utility, Washington Gas, WSSC | No Comments »

WSSC Line Relocation Cost in Beltway Expansion Project may Hike Water Bills

On March 12th, WSSC briefed the Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy & Environment Committee of the Prince George’s County Council and the Transportation & Environment Committee of the Montgomery County Council regarding the potential infrastructure cost to WSSC from the beltway widening project. Based on MDOT’s SHA Alternative 10 (the option SHA has identified with the greatest […]

Monday April 20th, 2020 in WSSC | Comments Off on WSSC Line Relocation Cost in Beltway Expansion Project may Hike Water Bills

WSSC to Suspend All Water Service Shutoffs

The World Health Organization has classified the novel coronavirus, which causes the COVID-19 disease, as a global pandemic. The safety of the public, and the safety of our employees, is our top priority. Considering this ongoing and escalating public health situation, WSSC Water is taking the following steps: Suspending all water service shutoffs Waiving late […]

Wednesday March 18th, 2020 in WSSC | Comments Off on WSSC to Suspend All Water Service Shutoffs

New Changes Coming to WSSC Bill Next Week

WSSC is improving the way they approach customer service. These improvements include implementing a modern and simplified rate structure that will change the way they charge for water and sewer. Additionally, WSSC is introducing a redesigned bill that will be easier to read and enhancing our customer affordability program to help more customers. These enhancements […]

Friday June 28th, 2019 in WSSC | Comments Off on New Changes Coming to WSSC Bill Next Week

WSSC Open House @ Headquarters Building in Laurel – Learn About Changes to Your Bill

Join WSSC on Tuesday, June 4 anytime between 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the HQ building in Laurel for an open house. There will be representatives available to explain the changes to the rate structure and how it may impact your bill. Questions about projects? Project managers will also be available to provide project updates. For more […]

Saturday June 1st, 2019 in Announcements, WSSC | Comments Off on WSSC Open House @ Headquarters Building in Laurel – Learn About Changes to Your Bill

Water Main Break on Route 1

A water main break has occurred in the 9700 block of Baltimore Ave. Water and ice is reported and is affecting both lanes. One lane northbound is closed and both southbound lanes are opened. WSSC is aware of the break and is on the process of repairing the break. City contract police officers are assisting […]

Sunday January 7th, 2018 in WSSC | Comments Off on Water Main Break on Route 1

City to Oppose Hike in Water Bill for Small Households

At the November 14, 2017, meeting of the Mayor and Council, Joseph Beach, the Chief Financial Officer for the Washington Sanitary Commission (WSSC) presented the rate structure alternatives that had have been evaluated by WSSC. The WSSC submitted the General Manager’s Recommendations to the County Council for review on November 15, 2017. While the City […]

Monday November 27th, 2017 in WSSC | Comments Off on City to Oppose Hike in Water Bill for Small Households

WSSC May Raise Rates for Lower Usage Customers

At the last Tuesday’s meeting, a representative from WSSC came and talked about the proposed WSSC rate structure. According to WSSC, under the new rate structure alternatives because by simplifying the rates from 16 tiers to 3 or 4 tiers, the rates at the lower usage tiers have to be increased to maintain revenue neutrality. […]

Thursday November 16th, 2017 in WSSC | 1 Comment »

Road Resurfacing of Daniels Park

Our City engineer is advising that beginning on Wednesday July 12th M T Laney, WSSC’s resurfacing contractor will begin working in the City on all the affected streets as shown on the attached map. They are NOT ALL going to be worked on at the same time. The order of construction activities is as follows: […]

Friday July 7th, 2017 in Announcements, WSSC | Comments Off on Road Resurfacing of Daniels Park

Major Water Main Break – Traffic on Rt 1 Impacted

A major water main break has been reported this evening at the intersection of Greenbelt Road and Baltimore Avenue. Reports of 1 foot of water in all directions and a 15’ x 15’ section of missing pavement in the middle of Baltimore Avenue. WSSC and Maryland Highway Administration have been notified by PGPD Dispatch. City […]

Saturday July 1st, 2017 in Announcements, WSSC | Comments Off on Major Water Main Break – Traffic on Rt 1 Impacted

WSSC Plans to Replace Water Mains in West Hollywood

The WSSC (Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission) plans to replace waterlines in the west Hollywood area, particularly the area west of Rhode Island avenue. The affected areas will include Lackawanna Street, Muskogee Street, 47th Place, 48th Place, Mangum Road, Laguna Road and 49th Place. (please see the map below, which shows the streets that will eb […]

Friday December 2nd, 2016 in Announcements, WSSC | 1 Comment »

WSSC Responds to Residents’ Complaints about Water Main Replacement Project

Many of our neighbors have asked about WSSC’s ongoing water replacement project in the Daniels Park area. The WSSC has released a letter about the project’s background, project status and the future timeline about the project. Please see the letter below. The flier was also distributed to the area residents impacted by the project. If […]

Monday October 31st, 2016 in WSSC | Comments Off on WSSC Responds to Residents’ Complaints about Water Main Replacement Project

North College Park Braces for Multiple Storm Water Projects

The north College Park is bracing for multiple storm water related projects. The residents will have an opportunity to hear about these projects give feedback at the upcoming NCPCA meeting on September 8, 2016. The meeting will take place at the Youth and Family Services building at 4912 Nantucket Road. The meeting will startr at […]

Tuesday August 30th, 2016 in Announcements, NCPCA, WSSC | Comments Off on North College Park Braces for Multiple Storm Water Projects

WSSC to Paint Thousands of Fire Hydrants

WSSC is in the process of painting approximately 10,000 fire hydrants in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties. The hydrants will remain in service during this time. WSSC fire hydrants have a grey body with a green top. During the painting process, hydrants will receive a coat of primer, leaving the entire hydrant light grey in […]

Wednesday May 25th, 2016 in WSSC | Comments Off on WSSC to Paint Thousands of Fire Hydrants

WSSC to Replace 2.8 miles of Water Mains in North College Park

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) plans to replace approximately 2.84 miles of water mains in Daniels Park neighborhood of north College Park. The project is necessary because the water mains are nearing the end of their useful life. The affected streets include: 49th Place, 50th avenue, 50th Place, 51st Avenue, 51st Place, 52nd Avenue, […]

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Tuesday January 19th, 2016 in Announcements, WSSC | Comments Off on WSSC to Replace 2.8 miles of Water Mains in North College Park