MS Department of Health Rating - A Perfect 5.0
Adams County Water Association has received a perfect 5.0 rating on all three systems from the Mississippi Department of Health on this year's Capacity Assessment. Systems are inspected in three catagories - technical, managerial and financial.

All 1,400 water systems in the state are inspected annually and given a "report card" graded from 0 to 5.0. Very few water companies have been awarded the perfect 5.0 rating for more than 10 consecutive years. Adams County Water is pleased to be one of the few.

We have achieved this level of accountability with 13 full time employees. Our responsibility for providing this vital service is taken seriously. The Board of Trustees, management and staff work together with a common goal in mind - to provide the best possible service at affordable rates.

Other Facts about Adams County Water:

* ACWA placed six times in the Mississippi Drinking Water Contest winning first place in 2000 and in 2007. After winning 1st Place again in 2007, the association has retired from entering the contest.

* We were nominated by the State Department of Health to compete for the five-state EPA Region IV Excellence Award.

* Adams County Water maintains approximately 650 miles of water mains, 11 elevated storage tanks and 8 water treatment facilities. Our exclusive franchise area covers many miles in Adams County and reaches into Jefferson and Franklin Counties, making it one of the largest systems in Mississippi.

* ACWA has invested $7.3 million in infrastructure in the last 11 years.

* The association serves a population of approximately 20,000 with over 6,200 active water connections.

* ACWA Waterworks Operator won MS "Operator of the Year" award in 2014.

* 2011 USDA Water Quality Award

* 2017 USDA Water System of the Year Award