NOTICE: FIRE HYDRANT FLUSHING
Town of New Market will be flushing fire hydrants
throughout the community June 24-28, 2013. Some
of this activity may occur at night. The hydrant
flushing could cause some temporary discoloration
of the water; however, the water is safe for consumption.
To clear the water a cold tap should be turned on
and allowed to run until it clears. The water
should also be checked for discoloration before running
it into the washing machine.
Periods of low pressure may be experienced during
the hydrant flushing. The Water Department has
asked that residents, especially drivers, take extra
care during this time and take into account the possibility
of water on the roadways.
The purpose of hydrant flushing is to clean the water
mains and to check the mechanical condition and reliability
of the fire hydrants and available water pressure
for fire fighting purposes.
If you have any questions, please contact the Town
Office at (540)740-3432, Monday - Friday, 7:30 am
- 4:00 pm.
Swim Lessons held at New Market Pool
New Market Pool will be hosting a variety of swimming
lessons throughout the summer. An American Red
Cross certified Water Safety Instructor will teach
Here to View Course Descriptions
Here to view Course Schedule and Payment Information
Swim Lessons offered in conjunction with New Market
Lightning Swim Team
June 10th -13th, 17th & 18th, 2013.
June 20th is a rain make-up date.
Class #1 is from 6:15-7:00pm and Class #2
is from 7:00pm - 7:45pm
Classes are for beginner swimmers (Red Cross
Level 1 and Level 2).
$40 per child
Register by calling Paula Ford at 540-383-9808.
BUDGET - FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
Here to View the Adopted Budget FY 13-14
LEAF & GRASS PICKUP - NEW GUIDELINES FOR 2013
Town of New Market provides a seasonal (April through
November) leaf and grass pickup to all Town homeowners
and residents. Recently the Town Council adopted
a series of regulations pertaining to this service.
These changes allow us to provide the same weekly
service with less cost while positively addressing
Here to View Guidelines
following classes are being offered at New Market
Pool in May 2013:
Class, Lifeguard Re-Certification Course, and CPR
for the Professional Rescuer.
Here for Class Schedules
Here for Class Info. & Outline
Here for sign up information and registration form
Water Feasibility Study 2012 by Draper Aden
Here to Download Study
Year 2012-2013 Final Budget
Final Budget Draft
Aden Annual Water & Wastewater Rate Report 2011
your business or event in the New Market Chamber of
Commerce's Bi-Monthly Flyer
Payment Plan for Utility Bills
Town of New Market offers citizens the option of paying
their water bill through automatic deduction (ACH)
from their bank account each month. This saves
writing a check, paying postage, or even a trip to
the Town Office and helps you avoid late charges.
Automatic Deductions will be deducted from your bank
account on the fifteenth of each month. You
will still receive a bill in the mail on the first
of the month. The amount due on your bill is
the amount that will be deducted from your account
on the fifteenth of the month. Forms for ACH
can be obtained at the Town Office or by clicking
the link below. Forms should be returned to
the Town Office at 9418 John Sevier Road or mailed
to P.O. Box 58, New Market, VA 22844. If you
have questions or want to know more about this service,
please call the Town Office at 740-3432.
Here to Download ACH Form
in New Market
Here for Information
Here to view map of Recycling Drop-off Locations
Water Quality Report 2012
This Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for calendar
year 2012 is designed to provide you with valuable
information about your drinking water quality. We
are committed to providing you with a safe and dependable
supply of drinking water, and we want you to understand
the efforts we make to protect your water supply.
The quality of your drinking water meets all state
and federal requirements administered by the Virginia
Department of Health (VDH). If you have questions
about this report, want additional information about
any aspect of your drinking water, or want to know
how to participate in decisions that may affect the
quality of your drinking water, please contact: Mr.
John Griggs, Chief Water Plant Operator at 540-740-9576,
or contact Mr. Michael Ritchie, Director of Public
Works at 540- 740-3432.
Here to Download Report