Mission Statement

Craft-Turney Water Supply Corporation is dedicated to the delivery of potable water to our Members that is of superior quality.  The Staff and Board of Directors will strive to operate Craft-Turney Water Supply Corporation in an ethical and financially sound manner that ensures Members efficient and courteous water service today and for the future. 

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To My Fellow Members of Craft-Turney Water Supply Corporation

September 20, 2019

Many of the local rural water supply corporations in our area buy either all or a portion of their water from the City of Jacksonville.  Although Craft-Turney WSC maintains two of our own wells, we, too, purchase a percentage of your water from Jacksonville.

During several meeetings with the City, Craft-Turney WSC, together with the other wholesale water customers (the other rural water supply corporations) in the area, were informed that the volume of water and amount we pay to purchase this water could be adjusted and not in a favorable way to our members / customers.  After the public outcry, the City issued a statement addressing what they termed as "inaccuracies and misinformation"...

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Safe Drinking Water

Safe Drinking Water

September 01, 2019

The last time you turned on a tap to brush your teeth, or fill a glass, or add 1/2 cup of water to a recipe, did you happen to wonder about the safety or cleanliness of the water? Almost certainly not. You didn't have to. You could rest assured that your drinking water was free from harm— untainted. This is one of the great privileges of living where we live . . . and when we live. 

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