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Cherokee Metropolitan District considers it a privilege to serve your water and wastewater needs in your homes and businesses.  We work diligently around the clock to ensure clean, safe, high water quality, produced largely from alluvial, renewable groundwater wells.  We also provide uninterrupted collection services, treated to all State and Federal standards.  When inevitable emergencies arise, our team will attempt personal, front-door communication with you to keep you up to date on any water service interruptions. For verifiable, accurate information, always visit our website.  Social media sites are sometimes used, but unless coming DIRECTLY from Cherokee sources, any online social media comments should not be considered verified or authorized.  Cherokee is not required or able to post on all social media platforms, neither is the District responsible for unverified information posted by non-Cherokee persons.  Please rely primarily on direct information on our website, through our billing communication system, after hours on-call system or by contact from our field operators.  Thank you!

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Public Hearing
2023 Budget and Rate Increase Hearing
Friday, December 16th at 10:00am
6250 Palmer Park Blvd
Draft Budget available for inspection at 6250 Palmer Park Blvd on or after December 8th.
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DID YOU KNOW that Cherokee Metropolitan District is adding Reverse Osmosis Technology to its wastewater treatment system, which will remove Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) from the treated effluent along with other constituents?  This process supports an innovative water treatment system that protects water supply and quality in the unique Upper Black Squirrel Groundwater Basin, from which the majority of our supply is produced.

For some great information on Sewer Backups visit: Drain Facts | Facts and Guidance for Coping with Sewer Backups (coveryourflush.com)

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