Source Water

Protection

For the purpose of satisfying requirements set forth in Senate Bill 373, several of our Eastern Panhandle public water systems received state grant funding to complete updates to their Source Water Protection Plans (SWPPs).

The Bill required community water systems, statewide, to document planning and preparedness efforts for the possibility of contaminant releases that could impair public drinking water sources. This funding to support these efforts was made available through the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Services, by way of the Eastern Panhandle Regional Planning and Development Council, Region 9 (RPDC), for the benefit of the following Public Water Supply Utility sources and plants:

  • Berkeley County Public Service Water District
  • Bunker Hill and Potomac River

Advanced Land and Water, Inc., an environmental consulting firm with extensive source protection experience throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, was hired through a competitive selection process to prepare a SWPP for each of the above-listed water systems.

Final reports are available below:

How to

Contact Us

Do you have a comment or a question that isn’t answered elsewhere on this site? Use the form to send an e-mail to a Berkeley Water customer service representative, or call us directly with one of the numbers below. You should receive a reply within one business day.

District Office

251 Caperton Boulevard
Martinsburg, WV 25403

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8 AM to 4:30 PM

info@berkeleywater.org
Phone: (304) 267-4600
Fax: (304) 267-3864
For Emergencies
Call (304) 267-4600

An operator is available 24 hours per day for water emergencies.