North CherokeeWater Supply Corporation
NOTE: Only payments made in the office or directly through our website will be counted as paid on the date made. Payments made through DOXO or any other payment site are NOT associated with North Cherokee Water and will only be counted when we receive payment from the third party (which is up to 2 weeks later).
NOTE: Regarding online payments received on NCR website: If customer’s water bill exceeds $300.00 then payment will need to be made in two different transactions. Payments should be made through North Cherokee Water Supply Corporation’s website only.
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FAQs & Forms
When will my meter be read?
When is my bill due?
How much will my bill be?
What do I need to do to get water service?
- Service Application
- Copy of Deed on property meter is being installed
- Signed Right of Way Easement
- Signed Service Agreement
- Signed Pressure Regulator Policy
- Customer Service Inspection
New water meter service: $1150 ($1050 for installation, $100 membership). When water main is on the side of road where service is requested. If line is on opposite side of road, boring is required. An additional cost for road bores and line extension will be applied. Contact our office for details.
In 1972 Mt. Selman Water Supply Corporation was organized to furnish 40 members. The well drilled in Mt. Selman did not provide adequate water and through the guidance of FHA, the MET Water Supply and Mt.Selman Water Supply Corporation were consolidated into one system. It was renamed North Cherokee Water Supply Corporation.
Our current office was built in 1995 to provide a central location to accommodate our customers. It is at the corner of Highway 69 and FM 177 in Mt. Selman.
From the beginning, North Cherokee Water Supply Corporation has been purchasing water from the City of Jacksonville. In 2012 the first deep water well was drilled three miles west of Mt. Selman. This well now provides a majority of water to our customers. With two water sources and four distribution facilities we serve a total of 1,624 active connections.
Our two sources of water are a well in Larissa, providing groundwater from the Carizzo/Wilcox aquifer, and surface water from Lake Jacksonville, purchased from the City of Jacksonville.
Board of Directors
Sammy Grimes (President)
James Tarrant (Vice President)
James Dorman (Secretary/Treasurer)
Michael Ward (Director)
Bruce Rollins (Director)
Bryan McFarlin (Director)
Hirlen Brooks (Director)
Scott Alexander (General Manager/Field Supervisor)
Tony Lassiter (System Operator–Meter Reader)
Judy Lassiter (Office Manager)
Reagan Layton (Secretary)
Will Clark (Utility Service Worker)