Welcome to Gladeville Utility District, serving southwestern Wilson County and portions of Rutherford and Davidson Counties. Gladeville Utility District is a non-profit public utility chartered specifically to serve and meet the needs of its customers for safe drinking water. We serve approximately 7,500 water customers. Gladeville Utility District is run by a Board of Commissioners and a General Manager is in place to oversee day-to-day operations and to serve as an advisor to the board.
Every Drop Counts! Did you know that the average American uses 100 gallons of water every day? However, we can all reduce that amount by about 30 gallons by taking a few simple steps, such as installing WaterSense labeled plumbing fixtures and using water efficiently in our yards. Gladeville Utility District is committed to protecting the future of our national and local water supply through water-efficient practices, products, and services. That is why we are partnering with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to bring to you WaterSense, … [Read More...]
Update June 20, 2017
CAUTION: It has come to our attention that there are third-party bill payment companies / web sites that may be giving the impression that they are in some way affiliated or partnered
with the Gladeville Utility District. Please be advised that they in fact ARE NOT in any way affiliated or partnered with the District and that they have not been authorized by the District
to collect utility charges on our behalf. If you go to such web sites and want to pay your water bill, it is our understanding that you will be required to provide your personal and credit
or debit card information or your banking information, then they will either pay your water bill and may charge you a fee for paying it or they will direct you to our web site where you will
pay your water bill as usual, but they may still charge you a fee for this transaction. In addition, it is our further understanding that payments made by going through these third-party
companies / web sites may not actually be credited to your account for three or four days following the transaction, rather than being credited the following day as it is if you pay your
bill by going directly to the Gladeville Utility District’s web site. Such a delay could result in late fees or even disconnection of service for nonpayment, depending on the timing of your
payment. Please keep in mind that the Gladeville Utility District DOES NOT charge a fee for any payments made using a credit card or debit card, whether you make the payment in person, over
the phone or directly through the Gladeville Utility District’s website. Also, keep in mind that since any fees you may be charged by such third-party bill payment companies are not paid to
the Gladeville Utility District, we will not be able to credit your account to reflect the amount of such fees or other user charges imposed by those companies. If you elect to use third-party
bill-payment companies / web sites to pay your water bill, we urge that you exercise extreme caution in doing so and that you have a thorough understanding of any fees that may be applicable
and the time frame in which your water bill will actually be paid. Please understand that payment will not be credited to your account until it is received in our office during our regular office hours.