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Level 1 - Drought

Persistent dry conditions have prompted the Georiga Environmental Protection Division to declare a Level 1 Drought Response in 53 counties. Chattooga County is included in this level 1 drought impact area.

Outdoor water use is allowed between 4 pm and 10 am.

Additional ways to conserve water listed at: https://epd.georgia.gov/water-conservation

Upcoming Events

Nov 12 - Mistletoe Market

Nov 26, December 3,4,10,11,17 & 18 The Summerville Santa Special. Purchase tickets at http://www.tvrail.com

Dec 04 -Victorian Christmas

Dec 05 - Christmas Parade

Dec 09 - Christmas In The Park 6-9 pm

Notice

The City of Summerville is preparing to upgrade the water meters on the Water System. At the same time, the back-flow check valve at each customer's meter that prevents water from accidentally flowing back into the public water system is proposed to be checked and replaced if needed or adding a back-flow check valve if one is not present. The back-flow check valve that the City is proposing is a requirement of the Georgia EPD in order to protect the overall Water System from cross-contamination.

Each customer should have a qualified person check his or her water heater thermal expansion release valve to ensure that it is working properly and replace the valve if it is not. It is recommended that you install a thermal expansion tank on your water heater to eliminate problems with the temperature and pressure valve. Generally, a failed thermal expansion valve might allow water to back-flow into the water system if a back-flow valve is not in place. A faulty thermal expansion valve could cause the residents water plumbing to burst under excess pressure. The customer is responsible for any thermal expansion occurrence in their plumbing and replacing, repairing said thermal expansion valves.

If you have any questions, please call Terry Tinney at (706) 859-0907.

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Calendar

City Calendar

City Events

  • December 12th 2016
    • 6:00pm: City Council Meeting
  • December 23rd 2016
    • **City of Summerville offices will be closed**
  • December 25th 2016
    • Merry Christmas!!!
  • December 26th 2016
    • **City of Summerville offices will be closed**
  • January 1st 2017
    • HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
  • January 2nd 2017
    • **City of Summerville offices will be closed**
  • January 9th 2017
    • 6:00pm: City Council Meeting
  • February 13th 2017
    • 6:00pm: City Council Meeting
  • March 13th 2017
    • 6:00pm: City Council Meeting
  • April 10th 2017
    • 6:00pm: City Council Meeting

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Summerville was founded in 1848 and is the county seat of Chattooga County. It is home to 4,534 people who exhibit warmth, friendliness and helpfulness to their neighbors and visitors.

Experience this yourself by attending our local festivals, park activities, our annual holiday celebrations and services offered in our religious institutions.

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