Find Leakesville Mississippi water departments, districts, authorities, boards, and services. Water departments are municipal utilities that provide information on drinking water, treatment plants, sewage treatment, conservation and testing.
Lucedale Water Department 5126 Main Street Lucedale MS 39452 16.0 miles from Leakesville 601-947-3314
Turnerville Water Department 11230 Celeste Road Saraland AL 36571 30.1 miles from Leakesville 251-679-8364
Waynesboro City Water Department 714 Wayne Street Waynesboro MS 39367 36.3 miles from Leakesville 601-735-3121
Saraland Water Department 307 Shelton Beach Road Saraland AL 36571 36.6 miles from Leakesville 251-675-5126
Wiggins Water Department 117 First Street North Wiggins MS 39577 39.9 miles from Leakesville 601-928-7221
Petal Water Department 119 West 8th Avenue Petal MS 39465 43.6 miles from Leakesville 601-544-6981
Hattiesburg Water Department 900 James Street Hattiesburg MS 39401 44.2 miles from Leakesville 601-545-4635
Mobile County Water Department 5780 Theodore Dawes Road Theodore AL 36582 47.2 miles from Leakesville 251-653-7346
Gautier Water Department 3305 Gautier Vancleave Road Gautier MS 39553 53.1 miles from Leakesville 228-497-2276
Ocean Springs Water Department 712 Pine Drive Ocean Springs MS 39564 53.5 miles from Leakesville 228-875-4176
Diberville Water Department 10383 Auto Mall Parkway D'Iberville MS 39540 53.6 miles from Leakesville 228-392-2310
Daphne Water Department 28340 County Road 13 Daphne AL 36526 54.2 miles from Leakesville 251-621-3198
The Safe Drinking Water Act sets standards for water quality and safety, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to enforce the Act. Bottled water is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Regulations that protect public drinking water systems do not apply to privately owned wells. Owners of private wells are responsible for ensuring the quality and safety of their well water, including selecting a suitable site for wells and testing for contaminants.
A boil water advisory is a notification from a government or public health agency to consumers that the drinking water supply may be contaminated with a pathogen. To disinfest water during a boil water advisory, water should be boiled at a rapid boil for at least one minute at sea level or three minutes at high altitudes.