Frederick County Sanitation Authority

Our mission is to provide affordable and reliable
water and wastewater service to our customers
while protecting public health and the environment.




Water Hydrates, Nourishes
and Gives Life

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FCSA is a public body politic and corporate and an instrumentality of the Commonwealth of Virginia, organized under Virginia Water and Waste Authorities Act, being Chapter 28, Title 15.2, Code of Virginia of 1950, as amended (“the Act”).  FCSA was created by action of the Board of Supervisors of Frederick County, Virginia and was chartered by the State Corporation Commission on August 1, 1967.  As an authority, FCSA makes no profit and our operations and finances are independent of Frederick County’s tax-supported services.

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TUESDAY, September 20,2016 @ 5:30 p.m.   Click To Download September-Agenda

Rate Increases as of July 1,2016

Consumption Rate Increase as of July 1,2016

Straight From The Tap

Straight From The Tap is a quarterly newsletters for FCSA customers.

Straight From The Tap-Summer Newsletter


    The Authority participates in the state’s Local Standards and Review Program. The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) administers the water portion of the program and DEQ the sewer.


    Customer satisfaction is the number one goal for the customer service department. We are available to answer questions and assist customers with any problems they may encounter. Our customer service department is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. You may call us at 540-868-1061, or stop by at 315 Tasker Road, Stephens City, VA.


    Contact us at:
    Phone: 540-868-1061

    After hours emergency phone:
    Frederick County Sheriff’s office 540-662-6162


    Miss Utility has a new number for its one-call notification Center for Northern Virginia. You can now call 811 on your land line or cell phone. Frederick County Sanitation Authority customers are reminded that it is extremely important, as well as a legal requirement, to call Miss Utility of Virginia at 811 or 1-800-552-7001 before you begin any project where you may need to dig or excavate.