Mission Statement

The Board of Commissioners and employees of Putnam Public Service District are dedicated to providing Putnam County with high quality water and sewer services at reasonable rates with friendly and efficient customer service in order to enhance the quality of life for the county's citizens and business community.

Putnam PSD has several convenient payment choices: online, by mail, in person, over the phone, or via direct debit. There's an option to meet your needs.

Customers, developers, landlords, contractors, & engineers can find all Putnam PSD forms & documents here.

Our office is conveniently located at 74 Scott Depot Road in Scott Depot, WV, near the Teays Valley exit of I-64. Regular business hours are M-F 8:00am-4:30pm.

We are #PutnamWV's public, non-profit water & sewer utility.

Here are some of the ways we work to make Putnam County an even better place to live, work, and play.

We're part of the community

Our office, treatment plants, maintenance facilities, and equipment are all located in Putnam County. When you call our office, you speak to someone local, not a call center. When a system repair needs to be performed, the crew is minutes, not hours, away. As a political subdivision of the State of West Virginia, Putnam PSD is responsible to the residents of our District, not our shareholders.

Water quality is a passion

Clean, reliable drinking water and dependable wastewater collection & treatment are critical for our community. Putnam PSD has received dozens of awards for water quality and we aggressively monitor our source water and treated tap water.

Investing in the latest technology

Putnam PSD's water plant is a state-of-the-art facility that can monitor potential contamination in real time. Our mapping and asset management program helps PPSD staff make smart, money-saving decisions. Our customer service department uses the latest in metering technology and features a cutting-edge bill payment gateway.

System improvements

We've recently completed several major projects to expand sewer service to hundreds of additional customers and to ensure our water system is ready for an ever-growing Putnam County.