CCR Report

Verona Special Utility District is required by TCEQ to provide to all our water customers a copy of the 2018 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR).  Click here to read our report and then click on DOWNLOAD FILE in order to read the report.



Due to security reasons we will no longer be accepting cash payments at the office.

Payments can be made with a check, money order or a credit/debit card.
There is a 3% convenience fee for using a card.  You can also sign up
for ACH Auto Draft.  Go to our forms section and fill out the ACH Draft Form
and send to our office.  There is not a charge for this service.

Water Bills

Please go to the Forms Section and Read Section E #12 so you are aware of when bills are due and disconnections will occur

For customers who do not receive a water bill. All water bills are mailed out around the 1st of each month and you should receive them no later than the 6th of the month.  If you have not received your bill by the 10th of the month, please call our office. 


Conservation Tips

There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...



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October 15, 2019

The holidays are a time for giving and sharing the Christmas Spirit with friends, family and neighbors.  The Blue Ridge community is here to do what we can to help make this Christmas a happy one for the children of our great town.  If you are a family here in Blue Ridge whose children will have to go without clothing or gifts this Christmas, you are encouraged to apply for assistance.  You can pick up applications at City Hall on November 2nd from 9am to Noon.  Should you have any questions regarding this program or if you would like to be involved, please contact David Sturgeon via cell or text at 972-358-9514.

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In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow

In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow

November 01, 2019

November 11, 1918.

On November 11 of 1918, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, an armistice went into effect, a cessation of hostilities between the Allied Nations and Germany, ending the “war to end all wars.”

The official end of World War I would not be declared for seven more months, at the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, but the end actually came on that November day, when the truce was signed, the opposing forces laid down their weapons, and the war known as the “Great War” was over.

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