James City Service Authority

Monthly Billing Coming in May 2020! For more information, visit our Billing page.
  1. SBA loans to help with Covid-19 related utility expenses launches

On April 3, the U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator (SBA) Jovita Carranza launched the Paycheck Protection Program, a $349 billion emergency loan program created with the President’s signing of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES). The program provides forgivable loans up to $10 million to small businesses left financially distressed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The loans, which will be administered at the local level by a national network of banks and credit unions, are designed to maintain the viability of millions of small businesses struggling to meet payroll and day-to-day operating expenses. The loans are available to cover up to eight weeks of average monthly payroll (based on 2019 figures) plus 25% and payments are deferred for six months (interest does accrue). The SBA will forgive the portion of loan proceeds used for payroll costs and other designated operating expenses for up to eight weeks, provided at least 75% of loan proceeds are used for payroll costs. Eligible expenses for the eight-week forgiveness include, but are not limited to utilities such as electricity, gas, water, transportation, phone and internet access for services that began before February 15, 2020. For more detailed information, please review the County’s news release or visit http://www.SBA.gov/Coronavirus.

About JCSA

The James City Service Authority (JCSA) provides municipal water and wastewater service to County residents and businesses in the primary service area between Toano and Grove, and to limited sections of York County and the City of Williamsburg.

  1. Sign up for emergency notifications
JCC Alert is now part of the Everbridge network which enables James City County officials to quickly deliver emergency alerts and notifications. JCC Alert allows individuals and businesses to provide their own contact information allowing everyone to control how they receive emergency notifications.

Visit JCCAlert.org to sign up today.

Payments


All customer services are available at our Tewning Road location including payments, connection fees and submeters. Cash, check or money orders are accepted at our office. Visit the HRSD website for more information about paying by phone, credit card or ACH. HRUBS bills may also be paid at the Satellite Services office in Toano. Outdoor 24-hour drop boxes are available at both locations for your convenience.