Public Works: Water Office

Water Office Information:

Phone: 870-845-1440

Address: 426 N Main St.

Hours: M-F 8am-4:30pm


Note: Small Fee Applies & You’ll need your water account number with the dashes.

*Senior Discount on Water/Trash for residents 65 and older

Deposits: $100

Meter deposits are applied to an account when the account is closed, any remainder of the deposit that is left after paying any balances on the account will then be refunded.

Billing Dates

Water bills are mailed out on the 1st of each month. All bills are due by the 15th of each month.  A 10% penalty is added after the 15th.  Any bill not paid BEFORE the 25th is cutoff for nonpay.

Water Distribution Department Head: Micah Megginson 870-557-1499

*The Water Distribution Department has an on call phone that can be reached after hours, 870-845-9705

Street Department

1006 S 5th St.

Contact: Mike Hale 870-845-8525

Debris Pick Up: (870) 845-1440

Water Treatment Plant

109 Lake Nichols

(870) 845-1205

Contact: Steve Rhodes 870-845-7797


Waste Water Treatment

743 Hwy 27 Bypass

(870) 845-4522

Contact: Kevin Funderburk 870-557-5704


Southwestern Electric Power Company


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Natural Gas

CenterPoint Energy


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Trash services are paid on the water bill.

(870) 845-1440

Public Works

Welcome to the official website of the City of Nashville, Arkansas Public Works Department! We are delighted to provide you with a comprehensive online resource that highlights our commitment to enhancing the quality of life for our residents and visitors.

Our dedicated team works tirelessly to ensure the smooth operation of public facilities, transportation systems, and utility services that are essential for a thriving community.

Through this web page, we aim to keep you informed about the various projects, initiatives, and services that fall under the purview of the Public Works Department. Whether you are a resident, business owner, or someone interested in exploring our beautiful city, we hope to provide you with the information you need and facilitate easy access to our services.

Here, you will find a wealth of information on our city’s roads and transportation networks, water and wastewater services, solid waste management, parks and recreation facilities, and much more. We strive to maintain transparency and accountability in all our endeavors, and this platform enables us to keep you updated on ongoing projects, construction schedules, and any potential disruptions in services.

In addition to providing information, we encourage you to actively engage with us. Our contact details are readily available, allowing you to report issues, request assistance, or share feedback. We value your input and are committed to addressing your concerns promptly and efficiently.

As we continue to invest in the growth and development of Nashville, we recognize the importance of fostering a strong sense of community. We invite you to join us in our efforts to create a cleaner, safer, and more sustainable city for generations to come. Together, we can make a positive difference and ensure that Nashville remains a wonderful place to live, work, and play.

Thank you for visiting our Public Works Department web page. We look forward to serving you and being your partner in building a better Nashville!


Public Works Department Director