February will begin our six months of giveaways to celebrate our new online bill pay system! The giveaway for February will be a KitchenAid Artisan mixer. All Trussville Gas & Water customers, who have enrolled in the online customer portal from its inception to through the last business day of February, are eligible for the […]
To celebrate our new online payment portal, we are giving away some awesome prizes to encourage our customers to participate in this great new option!
Trussville Gas and Water is pleased to announce that we will soon implement a more secure, convenient and user-friendly online payment system for our customers. The new and improved interface will allow our customers to pay their utility bill whenever, wherever and however they want.
As your local, natural gas and water utility, it is our goal to provide safe and reliable service for our water and natural gas customers and the surrounding community. The safety of our customers and community is our priority.
We are pleased to present our 2019 Annual Water Quality Report which is designed to inform you about the quality water services we deliver to our customers every day.
Trussville Gas and Water is observing National Public Natural Gas week. A public natural gas utility good for the community for many reasons.
Do you want to spend more time enjoying your summer and less time paying your utility bill? Trussville Gas & Water has a bank draft option that may be right for you.
Why is a fire hydrant sometimes called a “fire plug?”
Next time you grill, do yourself a favor – use a timer and No Peeking!
It may seem like common sense, but keeping your grill clean is very important in successful grilling.
We are pleased to present our 2018 Annual Water Quality Report in a new format which is designed to inform you about the quality water services we deliver to our customers every day.
Spring is finally here! With the threat of cold weather behind us and the ground ready for planting, eager homeowners are gearing up to start those outdoor digging projects. Before you reach for that shovel to start digging, remember to call 811 to ensure that your buried utility lines are marked.