Bear Creek Water Association continually monitors and tests our water to deliver safe, clean water to you. We're proud of our efforts.
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How much does my water cost? That is a question we are often asked. The answer is that it is pretty cheap! An average family of four will use approximately 10,000 gallons of water per month for
Bear Creek Water Association, Inc. is a non-profit, member owned, rural water association that provides public utility services to more than 16,000 water customers and more than 5,000 sewer customers in a 105-square-mile service area in the rapidly urbanizing south Madison County region between the cities of Ridgeland to the south, Canton to the north, Flora to the west, and the Ross Barnett Reservoir to the east. The Association was formed by a small group of interested citizens in 1968 to serve what was then a rural area of about 30 square miles with scattered homes and farms between the cities of Canton and Madison. The original Bear Creek water system, funded with Farmers Home Administration loans, was built in 1971 and went into operation in late 1972, serving about 600 customers.