Public Services provides residents with water, wastewater, storm water, street and sidewalk maintenance, trees, facilities maintenance for City buildings, engineering and refuse and recycling services.
Providing around-the-clock services is vital to our consumers. Public Utilities has personnel on-call 24 hours a day to respond to emergencies such as sewer backups or stoppages, and water line leaks or breaks.
For reporting an emergency, please call one of the following numbers:
- Daytime Contact
- Monday-Friday, 7:00 am-5:00 pm
- Utilities Maintenance Headquarters
- (540) 662-5353
- Emergency Hotline
- (540) 686-7173
Obtaining Water Services
Application for water and sewer can be made at the Utilities Customer Service Center located in Rouss City Hall. A deposit is required for all first-time residential customers and credited to the account after six consecutive timely payments.
Rouss City Hall, Main Floor
15 North Cameron Street
(540) 667-1815, extension 1400 or 1411
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Refuse and Recycling Collection
Refuse and recycling is collected once per week (see schedule below). Please place all trash (maximum of 3 containers) and recycling near the curb by 7:30 am or no later than 6:00 pm the night before.
- Monday & Tuesday - General Recycling
Co-mingle glass, aluminum cans and foil, #1 & #2 plastics in a bin and place mixed paper in a paper bag (no Styrofoam).
- Wednesday - Cardboard and Seasonal Items
Leaves, grass clippings, other yard waste and Christmas trees (2 times per year in January)
- Thursday & Friday - Refuse Collection
A maximum of three containers (bags or cans) will be collected at each household or business
- Refuse and recycling schedule changes due to holidays
Refer to the online holiday schedule
Call (540) 667-1815, ext. 1452 to obtain a FREE blue recycling bin or complete the online service request form.
Sidewalk Snow Removal Responsibilities
Property owners must remove snow from their sidewalks within 24 hours after the snowfall ends for accumulations of 6" or less or within 48 hours if accumulation is greater than 6". City’s Snow Plan and Policies
Tree City USA
The City of Winchester is proud to be a Tree City USA for over three decades. The Trees Division is responsible for the health and safety of all trees on streets and in the public rights-of-way.
RE:SOURCE Newsletter is published seasonally and sent to city residents by mail inside Utility bills. You can view electronic copies below.
|Edition 2||January 2019|
|Edition 3||June 2019|
Perry Eisenach, P.E.
Public Services Director
Rouss City Hall
15 North Cameron Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Fax (540) 662-3351