1. Water Bills Will Be Estimated

    A winter storm has been forecast for our area over the next several days. This winter storm will affect scheduled water meter reading. Read on...
  2. A New Look for the Town’s Utility and Refuse Bills

    The Town has redesigned its utility and refuse bill. Read on...
  3. Refuse Toters - Southwest Portion of Berryville

    On January 1, 2021 the Town of Berryville’s new refuse collection contract became effective. As outlined in previous notices, the Town has clearly defined the number of refuse toters that will be serviced at any location. Read on...
  4. Refuse Toters

    On January 1, 2021 the Town of Berryville’s new refuse collection contract became effective. As outlined in previous notices, the Town has clearly defined the number of refuse toters that will be serviced at any location. Read on...
  5. Campaign Sign Removal Notice

  6. About Town Newsletter - Fall/Winter 2020

  7. UPDATE: Town of Berryville Bulk and Appliance Waste

    Collection of bulk and appliance waste that was suspended March 31 because of COVID-19 will resume on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. Reminder: Bulk items and appliance collection service must be scheduled in advance with the Town Business Office. Read on...
  8. Notice to Clarify Information Provided on the Most Recent Water/Sewer Bill

    The water/sewer bill mailed by the Town of Berryville on August 24, 2020 contained a notice that announced a fee that would be charged by “PSN” when paying with a “Live Representative.” We apologize that the notice confused and concerned some customers. Read on...
  9. CDC Guidance - Holiday Celebrations During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued guidance regarding the observance of holiday celebrations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  10. Utilities Department Issues Bulletin on Water Quality During COVID-19 Pandemic

    The Utilities Department of the Town of Berryville has issued a bulletin on maintaining or restoring water quality in buildings that have seen little or no water use during the pandemic. See attachment for full details. Read on...
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