Town Clerk

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Police Department

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706 East McKinnon Street
New Brockton, AL 36351
334-894-5559

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Street Department

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706 E McKinnon Street
New Brockton, AL 36351
334-894-5283

Water Department

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Chairman Luke Green
706 East McKinnon Street
New Brockton, AL 36351
334-894-5550

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****** ATTENTION ******

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

WE WILL NO LONGER USE DOOR HANGERS OR PLACE COURTESY CALLS WHEN PAYMENT IS DUE!

As always, payments are due by the 15th of each month.  After the 15th, a late fee of 10% or a minimum of $5.00 will be added.
Service will be disconnected on accounts not paid in full by the 25th and a $50.00 service fee will be added to the balance due and is
required to be paid in full, prior to re-connection.
The New Brockton Water & Sewer Board Meeting will be held Tuesday, September 24th ant 5:30 pm with a work session on
Tuesday, September 24th at 5:30 pm, in the council chambers at Town Hall.
Our office will be closed Monday, September 2nd in observance of Labor Day.  We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!
To pay by phone, please call 1-844-738-0918, or visit www.newbrocktonal.org, to pay online.
 

WATER RATE INCREASE NOTICE

The Water Works and Sewer Board of the Town of New Brockton provides drinking water for the Town of New Brockton and in the communities of Damascus, Bethany, Kinston, Ino, Goodman and a portions of Elba as well as 4 military TAC fields.  It treats and delivers and average of 6,443,192 gallons of water per month to single and multifamily residences, small businesses, industrial, commercial and agricultural customers.  This safe, high quality water meets all state and federal drinking water standards.  The water department maintains 4 wells, 4 elevated storage tanks, over 1,000 water meters and flush hydrants in addition to regularly scheduled water testing.
Revenue received from the sale of potable water at the current rates is no longer sufficient to fully meet the operational costs associated with the treatment, storage, maintenance, compliance and distribution of the water.  To continue our long standing tradition of providing reliable water service, rate increases are periodically necessary to balance revenue and expenses.  Rate increases are now necessary as we face increasing operational costs that include (but not limited to):

*Energy costs necessary to operate wells, pumps & all facilities.
*Costs for treating drinking water
*Ongoing Maintenance & labor costs to keep infrastructure in working order.
*Compliance costs associated with stricter state and federal water quality regulations.

The Water Board has approved a water rate increase of 25% on all retail accounts and an increase of inclining rates over base amounts used.  This increase will be effective for the water used in the month of March 2015 and will appear on the April 2015 bill.  If you have any questions, please contact the Water Department at 334-894-5550 or 334-894-5552 or email us at newbrocktonwater@yahoo.com

 

Recreation Department                             800 North John Street

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Location: 800 North John Street
Joe Simmons, President
334-309-7268

Brandon White, Vice President
334-406-6665

Ashley Bertsch, Treasurer
334-586-5004

Rachel Foster, Secretary
334-475-0836

Veronica Downing, Cheer Director
334-300-6416

Luke Green, Football Director
334-494-3263

Alex Woodell, Baseball Director
337-378-4772

Donnell Foster, Basketball Director
334-389-0481

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