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Our Mission

At Harrison County Utility Authority, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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HCUA Water Systems

September 08, 2023

HCUA Water Systems

The HCUA Water System is a vital component of Harrison County and the well-being of its residents. The system is divided into sectors comprised of 14 wells, 12 tanks and approximately 40 miles of water mains. It supplies potable drinking water to five cities, two utility districts, several residents and businesses and two private franchises. The HCUA Water System produces and distributes nearly 75 million gallons of potable drinking water monthly, totaling roughly 900 million gallons annually.

HCUA is a public water system (PWS) regulated by the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH). Public water systems do not include small private systems (<15 services or 25 people) or...

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Take a Moment to Think About It

Take a Moment to Think About It

October 01, 2023

The value of water is immeasurable.

Every October the water community reflects on A Day Without Water to better educate, appreciate, and understand this incredible resource. The Water Industry’s most important mission is to preserve and protect water for generations to come (both animal, plant and human generations!). 

For many, living without fresh flowing water is a stark reality. When water is unavailable, communities stop functioning. Water is used to prepare meals, baths, sanitation, hydration, industry, agriculture, and so much more. 

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