Dominion Energy & REV LNG provide liquefied tanked natural gas to businesses in Powhatan County.
Columbia Gas of Virginia provides a natural gas line in Powhatan, which enters on the east side of Rt. 288 on Huguenot Trail.
Aqua-Virginia, a privately-owned water company, serves some of the main arteries of Powhatan, the Courthouse area and portions of the Route 60 corridor. Additionally, the Founder’s Bridge Utility Company, a privately-owned water company, serves the Founder’s Bridge, Bel Crest and Bel Bridge neighborhoods along with Independence Golf Course and Winterfield Place.
A public waterline extends from the eastern end of Route 60 from the Chesterfield County line to serve customers along that corridor, 5 1/2 miles to the west to Rocky Oak Road.
There are two main wastewater treatment plants operating in Powhatan. The Fighting Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant serves residents in the Courthouse Village and a portion of Route 60. The Dutoy Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant serves the high school and portions of eastern Route 60 from Rocky Oak Road east to the Chesterfield line.
The Powhatan Board of Supervisors has established a water and sewer service district, where connections are available primarily to serve new commercial growth along the Route 60 corridor and in the Courthouse Village area.
Solid Waste Disposal
There is a number of trash pickup services in the area.
The Powhatan County Convenience Center provides residents an area to recycle and dispose of solid household waste. Learn More
High speed service is available in the County’s developed corridors. Wireless high-speed internet is currently being deployed to the County’s more rural areas by SCS Broadband and other carriers. Powhatan County proposed a Broadband Initiative to build out a network to bring broadband to residents and businesses.