Payments made on the 25th are still subject to disconnection. To avoid service interruption, please contact the office if your payment is made after close of business on the 23rd of the month.
Dallas County Water & Sewer Authority was created by the Dallas County Commission in 1969 in order to construct a public water system to supply the Selmont and Craig Field areas of Dallas County. The system consists of 2 wells, a treatment plant, 3 elevated tanks, and approximately 30 miles of water mains. The system also owns and operates a waste water treatment plant which was originally constructed in the early 1970s. Dallas County Water & Sewer Authority provides services primarily to the residents and businesses located in the Selmont community on the east side of the Alabama River, near Selma, AL.
As you take a moment to browse our site, you will find information regarding the services of the Dallas County Water and Sewer Authority and answers to many frequently asked questions.
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