Proposed Projects

Check here for information on future projects that will expand or improve our water and wastewater systems.  For those listed below with an expected completion date, funding has been secured.

  • Big Moccasin Phase 1 Water
    Construction expected to start Spring 2017

    Little B Construction of Castlewood, Virginia, is the contractor for this project.  We issued the Notice to Proceed to Little B on April 5, 2017.  The project will extend water service from the Gate City water system beginning just east of 1086 Nickelsville Highway near Rifle Drive and along Nickelsville Highway/Highway 71 west to Pin Oak Circle.  This $1.31M project will serve 50-60 homes with safe drinking water.  Construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.

  • Daniel Boone Phase 1 Sewer
    Construction expected to start in 2017

    Due to a 75% grant/25% loan funding offer from the USDA Rural Development agency, this project is moving ahead.  Construction is expected to begin in 2017 with completion in 2018.

  • Bellamy Tipton & Taylor Town Roads
    Construction to be completed September 2017
  • Panoramic Lane Waterline Extension
    Construction to be completed by March 2018

    This waterline extension will supply safe drinking water to 13 homes in the Powell Mountain area currently using contaminated wells and springs.

  • Duffield Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements
    Construction funding received from DEQ

    This 40+-year old plant is in need of equipment upgrades.

  • Weber City Water Main Replacement/Leakage Reduction
    Construction to be completed by October 2018

    This project will replace old and deteriorating galvanized water main which has significant leakage.

  • Yuma Phase 2 Sewer
    In the preliminary stage and seeking funding.

    In planning stage and seeking funding.   The PSA sent letters last December to property owners in the potential project area to seek more User Agreements from those who had not yet signed up for the project.  The letters resulted in 53 additional agreements, bringing the total to 164.  We have nearly completed the environmental assessment phase of the funding application process.

  • Fairview Water
    In the planning stage.

    On December 2016, the project was awarded funding for construction of Phase 1 from the USDA Rural Development agency.  We expect costruction to start in 2018 with the project completed in 2019.

  • Big Moccasin/Snowflake Water
    See our news article about a community meeting for this project.

    This project is in the planning stage and will build off of the Big Moccasin Phase 1waterline extension.  The PSA is determining demand for the project by seeking user agreements.  Once construction starts on Big Moccasin Phase 1, we will send out letters to all property owners in this project area who have not yet signed a user agreement for future water service.  The response to that letter will determine how we proceed on applying for construction funds.

  • Hiltons Sewer
    Funding for an engineering study has been awarded to the PSA by USDA Rural Development

    USDA Rural Development (RD) awarded a SEARCH grant to study this project and do the preliminary design.  The PSA is currently receiving user agreements to connect to the future project.  The project has the potential to serve nearly 400 connections.  The Lane Group will be preparing an application for construction funding from RD. 

  • Hunters Valley West Water
    SCPSA is seeking preliminary engineering funds

    This project to serve about 30 homes is in the planning stage and will build off of the Big Stoney Creek waterline extension.  The PSA received funds from LENOWISCO to do a preliminary engineering report.  On March 31, 2017, we applied for construction funding from the Virginia Department of Health.

  • Robinette Valley Water
    SCPSA is seeking preliminary engineering funds

    This project to serve approximately 52 homes is in the planning stage and will build off of the existing water main in Robinette Valley.  The PSA received funds from LENOWISCO to do a preliminary engineering report.  On March 31, 2017, we applied for construction funding from the Virginia Department of Health.