About ACSA

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The Amherst County Service Authority was originally established in the early 1930's, as the Madison Heights Sanitary District. Its function was to provide public water and wastewater services to the southernmost portion of Amherst County. In 1987 the District was reorganized as the Amherst County Service Authority, to supply these services to a broader portion of the County. Additionally, the Authority staff assist the County's Planning Department in reviewing proposed development activities in the County's protected public water supply watershed districts.

Mission

To provide safe, reliable water and wastewater services to our community and to protect the natural environment in the most economical and efficient means, and to promote public health.

 Vision

To be an acclaimed and respected leader in providing clean water that fosters public health, enhances quality of life, and economic vitality for our community.

 

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Total # of Residential and Business Connections

Water

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Wastewater

Values:

Environmental Stewardship

We recognize the responsibility of managing and protecting limited and valuable environmental resources that sustain life. We are committed to satisfying all pertinent regulations to sustain the environment, natural beauty, and health of our community.

Service Excellence

We provide first-class customer service through a highly competent and motivated staff who address our customers with courtesy, respect, and timeliness, understanding the impact our actions have on public health, the quality of life, and economic vitality in our community. We foster customer confidence though honesty and transparency in all communications and educate our customers on activities and issues pertinent to water resources management.

Fiscally Accountable

We recognize the responsibility of managing and protecting limited and valuable environmental resources that sustain life. We are committed to satisfying all pertinent regulations to sustain the environment, natural beauty, and health of our community.

Innovation

We advocate for initiatives that support our vision and set a higher criterion for excellence, embracing creativity, ingenuity, advancement, and technology.

Articles Of Incorporation

Click the button below to view the official Articles of Incorporation for the Amherst County Service Authority.

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 ACSA Staff:

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Robert A Hopkins, P.E., Executive Director
PH: 434-845-1613
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Support Staff

Richard Hall, Assistant Director | PH: 434-845-1606 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Glenn Micklem, Operations Manager | PH: 434-384-1979

Phillip Dale Fulcher, Water Treatment Plan Manager | PH: 434-384-1979

Sharlene Haynes, Office Manager | PH: 434-845-1605 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Health Department Report

View the latest Office of Drinking Water System Sanitary Survey Report from the Virginia Department of Health. This survey was conducted on September 20, 2021.

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