City of Munford Public Works Department

City of Munford Public Works Department

Public Works Department

60 Water Street
Munford, Tennessee 38058
(901) 837-5974
Hours: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday - Friday.

Contact information:
Mark Walker, Director
mwalker@munford.com

 
The City of Munford Public Works Department includes the Water, Sewer, Gas and Street operations and maintenance.

The billing and collecting for services is done at Munford City Hall, 1397 Munford Avenue, 901-837-0171. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM. Applications for utility service can be made during these hours at City Hall.

Munford Water System Water Quality Report for 2016

              Pay your bill online here

NOTICE

 

Over the next few months, the cooler temperatures will bring people outdoors to work in their yards, finish gardening and begin getting swimming pools ready for winter.  The   City of Munford would like to ensure that our customers are aware of the dangers associated with these activities. A garden hose submersed in any liquid or attached to certain devices used to spray pesticides or herbicides forms a cross connection. A cross connection is a situation where a possible source of contamination is directly linked to our public water system. If the end of your hose is connected to a chemical  container, swimming pool or other contaminant during a water main break or fire, the substance can be siphoned back into the water system. This condition, known as back siphonage, could cause a public health hazard. Devices are available to prevent this problem ; however the best solution is to always be careful how you use your hose.

 

Please help us provide a safe supply of water to all of our customers. Remember; never stick your hose in anything you would not want to drink. For more information on cross connections and how to protect against them, call Munford Public Works Department at 901-837-5974.

Helpful information click on links below

Cross Connection
Gas Safety Tips
Sewer Do's and Dont's
Call Before You Dig

Cost for Services:

Water Non-Refundable Connection Fee
Own - $25.00 Rent - $50.00

Sewer Non-Refundable Connection Fee
Own - $30.00 Rent - $40.00

Gas Non-Refundable Connection Fee
Own - $25.00 Rent - $65.00

DAMAGED OR DESTROYED EQUIPMENT FEE SCHEDULE


If your property is located outside the city limits of Munford, please contact City Hall (901) 837-0171 for fees.

To put Utilities in your name you will need to provide the following information:

Own - Proof of Purchase
Renting - Lease
Drivers License
SS Number
Non-Refundable Connection Fees

New Installations

Residential Natural Gas Meter & Service Line Rebate Program

Gas

Tap fee for gas service:

25 feet to 300 feet of service line - $550.00
301 feet to 500 feet of service line - $750.00
Over 500 feet of service line - $200.00 plus $2.00 per foot of service line

Water

Tap fee for water meter:

Inside corporate limits (city limits):
5/8” x ¾” - $700.00
1” through 2” – Cost + $300.00
Over 2” – Cost +$600.00

Outside corporate limits (outside city):
5/8” x ¾” - $950.00
1” through 2” – Cost + $400.00
Over 2” – Cost + $700.00

Sewer

Sewer tap fees shall be $600.00 inside corporate limits: unless in the Wooten Oaks Subdivision or other subdivisions in the future as determined by the board the fee shall be $2500.00.

Natural Gas tap fees shall be:

For the base 250 meter:

25 feet to 300 feet of service line - $550.00
301 feet to 500 feet of service line - $750.00
over 500 feet $750.00 plus $2.00 per foot of service line.

For the base 415 meter:

25 feet to 300 feet of service line - $700.00
301 feet to 500 feet of service line - $900.00
over 500 feet $900.00 plus $2.00 per foot of service line.

For the base 630 meter:

25 feet to 300 feet of service line - $970.00
301 feet to 500 feet of service line - $1,170.00
over 500 feet $1,170.00 plus $2.00 per foot of service line.

Natural Gas Meter Upgrade Fees:

250 meter to a 415 meter - $225.00
250 meter to a 630 meter - $495.00
415 meter to a 630 meter - $345.00

The customer shall pay the upgrade fee before the City shall change and/or upgrade the meter from the installed meter size.