Cross-Connection Policy/Dual Water Supply Agreement
The Dual Water Supply Agreement (Agreement) between Stockholders and Users of Consolidated is an agreement whereby they agree not to cause or permit any connection or condition that would allow other sources of water, or any other substance, to be introduced into the water serviced and controlled by Consolidated. An inspection is required by Consolidated and its personnel must be allowed free access, during all reasonable hours, to any structure where “other” water is being used. Failure to comply may result in the tap and service being cut off without notice.
After Consolidated and the Stockholder(s) and or User(s) have signed the Agreement, it will be recorded in the records of Jefferson County so that when the property is sold or transferred, the requirement to keep alternative sources of water separate from Consolidated’s domestic water will transfer to the next property owner.
Any questions about this policy should be forwarded to our office by calling or emailing us.
If you need to download the test form please click here.
Cross-Connection Control Office:
Please use one of these methods when contacting the office:
Please place the words Backflow or Cross-Connection in the subject line of your email.
Test reports can be emailed, mailed or faxed to our office.