- Vehicle Maintenance
- Utility Maintenance
- Utility Operations
- Utility Construction
Other functions performed in the Public Utilities Department include: plan review of new projects which include water and sewer system extensions (see water and sewer extension guidelines for submittal procedures) and fee quotes for new taps and capital recovery fees.
Public Utilities Frequently Asked Questions
Public Utilities Director
Phone (Weekdays 7:00am - 4:00pm)
Phone (Night and Weekend Emergencies)
- Backflow Test Sheet
- SC DHEC Tester List
- 2017 City of Conway Water Quality Report - (News Article)
- 2018 City of Conway Water Quality Report - (News Article)
- 2019 City of Conway Water Quality Report - (News Article)
- New Service Application (Commercial)
- New Service Application (Residential)
Often times, we get questions from many of you regarding the backflow testing process for City water services. Teddy Bryant with our City of Conway Public Utilities Department put together this video to tell you what backflow testing is, why it’s needed, and exactly how it works.
Here’s the second video in our series about how backflow testing works for your City water service. In this video, Teddy Bryant, with our City of Conway Public Utilities Department demonstrates how backflow testing is done to be sure that your water is safe to drink!