About Your Water
The Utilities Board of the City of Andalusia Water Department currently serves 4,900 customers throughout the city limits and parts of the county. It takes an average of 2,088,000 gallons of water per day to serve our customers. We have nine wells and six elevated storage tanks to ensure water supply is readily available on demand. The water system has evolved into a much larger technologically advanced system since the first water system that was constructed in the early 1900s. The original system only served the downtown area and surrounding residential areas. This department is continually upgrading water lines, wells and storage tanks to ensure the best quality of water and services to its customers.
Our water source is groundwater drawn from nine wells. Two wells draw from the Tuscahoma Sands/Hatchetigbee aquifer, four wells draw from the Nanafalia aquifer and three wells draw from the Clayton Limestone aquifer. Waterworks personnel routinely monitor the water supply to make sure that your drinking water is safe and meets all federal and state requirements.
2021 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
About Your Sewer
Through the Sewer Department, the Utilities Board of the City of Andalusia provides the services for wastewater removal throughout the city and parts of the county. The functions of this department include installation and repairs of the sewer lines and maintaining the sewer line right-of-ways. In the event a backup occurs, the sewer department performs clean out of the line. If you need any assistance, please contact us.