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All public access is now closed to the 3rd Street entrance of English Park (into the undeveloped section) due to on-going construction at the site. To ensure safety, the access roadway will be restricted to authorized personnel only as work is completed over the next several weeks.
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General and special elections will be held in Campbell County on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 for: U. S. Senate, House of Representatives 5th District, a Proposed Constitutional Amendment, Altavista Town Council Members, and Brookneal Mayor and Town Council members.
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The Campbell County School System is pleased to announce that its 2014 Fall E-newsletter is now available on-line.
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At their September 2, 2014 meeting, the Campbell County Board of Supervisors officially confirmed and welcomed Francis (Frank) J. Rogers IV, as the new County Administrator; Rogers will assume the position on October 1, 2014. Bringing 16 years of public management experience to the role, Rogers, who currently serves as the Deputy County Administrator for Bedford County, will oversee the locality’s departmental operations, yearly budget development, and long-term issue and project planning. He will also serve as a liaison and guidance contributor to the Campbell County Board of Supervisors and to Campbell County’s regional efforts and partnerships in the area.
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Beginning with the November 4, 2014 General and Special Elections, the polling location for 702 – Gladys precinct will be moved to Piedmont Community Impact building (former Gladys Elementary School), 215 School Rd., Gladys, VA.
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Please visit www.cvlrtp2040.org to share your ideas about our region’s transportation needs. Your ideas will help shape the region’s Long Range Transportation Plan for 2040. Campbell County is a member of the Central Virginia Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), which is responsible for developing the Plan. The MPO is a federally mandated and funded transportation policy-making organization made up of representatives from local governments in a region. The representatives work together to identify transportation needs and project priorities in the region.
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CCUSA
(434) 239-8654
Email
20644 Timberlake Road
Lynchburg VA 24502

Campbell County Utilities and Service Authority

The Campbell County Utilities and Service Authority (the "Authority" or "CCUSA") was established on November 24, 1964 by resolution of the Board of Supervisors of Campbell County, Virginia (the "County) and was chartered by the Commonwealth of Virginia State Corporation Commission in December, 1964 to provide water and sewer service to County residents as permitted under the Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended (The "Enabling Act").

The Enabling Act provides that the Authority is authorized, subject to the restrictions of the Authority's articles of incorporation, among other things, (1) to acquire, construct, improve, .operate and maintain any water system or sewage disposal system, (2) to issue revenue bonds of the Authority payable solely from revenues to pay all or any part of the cost of water system or sewage disposal system, (3) to fix, revise, charge and collect rates, fees and charges for the use of and for the services furnished by any system operated by the Authority and, (4) to enter into contracts with any unit, including counties, cities and authorities, relating to the furnishing of services of any water system or sewage disposal system of the Authority. The Enabling Act also provides that the Authority is subject in all respects to the jurisdiction of the Virginia State Water Control Board pursuant to the provisions of the State Water Control Law.

The Authority has determined that it is a related organization to Campbell County in accordance with Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement 14. The Authority is a legally separate organization whose Board members are appointed by the Campbell County Board of Supervisors. Since the Board of Supervisors cannot impose its will on the Authority and since there is no potential financial benefit (or burden) in the relationship, the Board of Supervisors is not financially accountable for the Authority. Accordingly, the Authority is not considered a component unit of the County.

 

Contact Information

The Authority office address:

Campbell County Utilities and Service Authority
20644 Timberlake Road
Lynchburg, VA 24502

Customer Service: customer.service@ccusa-water.com
Note: emailed account changes will not be accepted; please contact the CCUSA office via phone.

Office/After Hours Emergency: (434) 239-8654 (Also the after hours emergency number.)

CCUSA Administrator: Frank Davis


Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Please visit the CCUSA website for more information, including: Water Quality Reports, Rates/Fees, Public Hearings, and Notices.