Owns and operates water and wastewater utility systems
throughout North Carolina.
Old North State Water Company will resume late payment charges for arrearages accrued after August 15, 2022.
On July 11, 2022, Governor Cooper announced his intent to terminate the State of Emergency declared by EO No. 116, effective August 15, 2022.
On August 15, 2022, Governor Cooper issued EO No. 267, rescinding the State of Emergency declared by EO No. 116. Consistent with the Commission’s Public Utility Waiver Order, no customer shall be charged late payment fees for arrearages accrued during the State of Emergency.
Old North State Water Company builds, owns, and operates water and wastewater utility systems throughout North Carolina.
Ownership is a combination of private systems and creative public / private partnerships with local communities providing utilities to support new growth. Old North State Water Company does not require grant money or other public financial assistance for development of our systems.
North Carolina facilities serving neighborhoods in:
- Carteret County
- Chatham County
- Cumberland County
- Davidson County
- Franklin County
- Guilford County
- Onslow County
- Orange County
- Pender County
- Randolph County
- Rockingham County
- Wake County