Proposed Projects

Check here for information on future projects that will expand or improve our water and wastewater systems.  For those listed below with an expected completion date, funding has been secured.

  • Daniel Boone Phase 1 Sewer
    Construction expected to start in 2018

    Due to a 75% grant/25% loan funding offer from the USDA Rural Development agency, this project is moving ahead.  This project will provide sewer service along Daniel Boone Highway from Gate City's existing sewer system near the old rock quarry west to just past the Hob Nob.  Construction was expected tobegin in 2017 but due to difficulties obtaining easements the start date will likely be in 2018 with completion by the end of 2019.

  • Taylor Town Road Waterline Extension
    Construction to be completed summer 2018
  • Panoramic Lane Waterline Extension
    Construction to be completed summer 2018

    This waterline extension will supply safe drinking water to 13 homes in the Powell Mountain area currently using contaminated wells and springs.  Construction is expected start in winter 2017/18 with completion by summer 2018.

  • Weber City Water Main Replacement/Leakage Reduction
    Construction to be completed by October 2018

    This project will replace old and deteriorating galvanized water main which has significant leakage.

  • Fairview Water
    Funding Received From USDA-Rural Development

    On December 2016, the project was awarded funding for construction of Phase 1 from the USDA Rural Development agency.  We expect costruction to start in 2018 with the project completed in 2019.

  • Yuma Phase 2/Hilton Phase 1 Sewer
    Funding Offer Received From USDA-Rural Development

    This project will serve (1) areas in Yuma adjacent to the existing Yuma sewer that were not served by the Yuma Phase 1 Sewer Project and (2) areas near the center of the Hiltons community including Hiltons Elementary School.

  • Hunters Valley West Water
    Evaluating Funding Options

    This project to serve about 30 homes is in the planning stage and will build off of the Big Stoney Creek waterline extension.  The PSA received funds from LENOWISCO to do a preliminary engineering report.  In June 2017 we received an offer of funding for construction from the Virginia Department of Health.

    We encourage property owners in this area to sign up for water service so we can include their property in the project.  For User Agreement forms, look under Customer Service/New Service Request on this site, or come by or contact our office.

  • Robinette Valley Water
    Evaluating Funding Options

    This project to serve approximately 52 homes is in the planning stage and will build off of the existing water main in Robinette Valley.  The PSA received funds from LENOWISCO to do a preliminary engineering report.   In June 2017 we received an offer of funding for construction from the Virginia Department of Health.

    We encourage property owners in this area to sign up for water service so we can include their property in the project.  For User Agreement forms, look under Customer Service/New Service Request on this site, or come by or contact our office.

  • Central Scott County Water Project
    Seeking User Agreements

    This would be the first phase of the PSA’s Comprehensive County Water Project with the goal of extending water to most of the County residents.  The Central Scott County Water Project will serve the area north and east of Gate City lying between Clinch Mountain and Clinch River (serving Big Moccasin, Corn Ridge, Midway, Nickelsville, Reed Hollow, Snowflake, Upper Manville, and Williams Mill).  We have applied for and received funding from USDA Rural Development to do the engineering study for the project.  We need to know the demand for this project.  We encourage property owners in these areas to sign up for water service so we can start the process of getting money to construct the project.  For User Agreement forms, look under Customer Service/New Service Request on this site, or come by or contact our office.

  • Hanging Rock Parkway
    Seeking User Agreements

    We need to know the demand for this project which would start at the Town of Dungannon water system and extend to serve both sides of the railroad and Route 72 to near the National Forest boundary.  We encourage property owners in this area to sign up for water service so we can start the process of getting money to construct the project.  For User Agreement forms, look under Customer Service/New Service Request on this site, or come by or contact our office.