Northwest Alabama Gas District

(205) 486-7517

 

The Northwest Alabama Gas District is a Municipal Corporation owned by the cities of Haleyville, Hamilton, Hackleburg, Winfield, Guin, and Sulligent. The District serves over 15,000 customers in seven counties: Tuscaloosa, Fayette, Marion, Franklin, Lamar, Winston, and Lawrence. The annual through-put for the system is approximately 2.5 BCF (Billion Cubit Feet). Gas supply for the District is obtained from Southern Natural Gas-Interstate Pipeline, Southern Natural Intra-State, Dynegy-Intra-state pipelines, and some local production primarily in Lamar County.

 

Alabama Power Company

(205) 486-9408

 

Alabama Power provides some of the lowest electricity prices in the country. Their prices are 13th lowest among 60 utilities nationwide. Their average retail price is about the same as it was 10 years ago, while nation electricity prices have risen more than 6 percent and the Consumer Price Index has risen 36 percent. Electricity is available to our customers an average of 99.79 percent of the time.

 

Their environmental personnel constantly research new technologies designed to help ensure a safe, clean and healthy environment.

 

The Alabama Power Foundation contributes more than $7 million each year to charitable organizations in our state. Our hydro generation facilities create reservoirs that provide excellent recreational opportunities including boating, swimming, and fishing. For the third year in a row, Alabama Power was ranked number one in customer satisfaction in a survey of 16 peer utilities.

 

Economic Development:

 

Alabama Power’s Economic Development department helps to build a better Alabama through economic-development partnerships that bring prosperity to our state. In 1998, our efforts helped bring more than $770 million in economic development to the state. They worked with 20 companies that chose Alabama as the place they would locate or expand their business. These partnerships will help create more than 3,000 jobs in the state.

 

As of August 1, 1999, they have worked with 19 companies announcing economic development projects within the state. These projects are planned to create 5,320 jobs in the state. The potential economic development impact is $735 million.

 

Cullman Electric Cooperative

(256) 737-3200

 

Cullman Electric Cooperative provides power through the Tennessee Valley Authority to 36,322 consumers in Cullman, Lawrence, Morgan and Winston counties. Cullman Electric Cooperative is an active supporter of the Industrial Development Authority of Winston County providing funding for the Authority and assistance with obtaining loans and grants to support industrial recruitment, retention and expansion.

Electricity

Haleyville Supplied by: Alabama Power Company

Distributed by: Alabama Power Company

2001 13th Avenue

Haleyville, AL 35577

 

Double Springs Supplied by: Alabama Power Company

Distributed by: Alabama Power Company

2001 13th Avenue

Haleyville, AL 35565

 

Addison Supplied by: Tennessee Valley Authority

Distributed by: Cullman Electric Co-Op

1749 Eva Road

Cullman, AL 35056

 

Arley Supplied by: Tennessee Valley Authority

Distributed by: Cullman Electric Co-Op

1749 Eva Road

Cullman, AL 35056

 

Lynn Supplied by: Alabama Power Company

Distributed by: Alabama Power Company

2001 13th Avenue

Haleyville, AL 35565

 

Water & Sewer

 

Double Springs

 

Water:

Supply Purchased From Arley (Smith Lake) and Haleyville (Bear Creek)

Capacity 950,000 GPD

Demand 415,000 GPD

Storage 275,000 Gallons

 

Sewer:

Treatment Activated Sludge

Capacity 100,000 GDP

Demand 60,000 GDP

 

Haleyville

 

Water:

Supply Upper Bear Creek Filter Plant

Capacity 4,364,000 GPD

Storage 2.1 Million Gallons

 

Sewer:

Treatment Activated Sludge

Capacity 800,000 GDP

Demand 400,000 GDP

 

Addison

 

Water:

Supply: VAW

Capacity: 223,200 GPD

Demand: 269,700 GDP

Storage: 450,000 Gallons

 

Sewer:

Sewer Plant under Construction

 

Arley

 

Water:

Supply Brushy Creek (Lewis Smith Lake)

Capacity: 3,000,000 GPD

Demand: 1,100,000 GPD

Storage: 1,236,000

 

Sewer:

N/A

 

Lynn

 

Water:

Supply Haleyville Water Works

Capacity: 478,000 GPD

Demand: 336,000

Storage: 450,000 Gallons

 

Sewer:

N/A

 

Natural Gas

 

Haleyville

Natural Gas is supplied to the Haleyville area by Northwest Alabama Gas District, a municipally owned natural gas utility-serving customers in eight northwest Alabama counties. Northwest Alabama Gas District has access to various intra-state natural gas supplies as well as interstate pipelines. In addition to conventional supplies of natural gas, the District owns and operates a natural gas storage field located in Lamar County, connected to the District’s distribution system. If you need further information about specific areas served by the District, call toll free 1-800-239-6162.

 

Propane

 

Double Springs

Supplied by various gas companies throughout the region

 

Arley

Supplied by various gas companies throughout the region

 

Addison

Supplied by various gas companies throughout the region

 

Lynn

Supplied by various gas companies throughout the region

 

Landfill

Double Springs

Collection of household waste is on a weekly basis; pick-up of garden/lawn or other trash is on an as needed basis. A local industrial landfill is privately owned and provide for public use by industries throughout Winston County.

 

Haleyville

Collection of household waste is on a weekly basis; pick-up of garden/lawn or other trash is on an as needed basis. Call the Sanitation Department at (205) 486-5025 for pick-up time for other trash (no tires allowed). Industry Waste is collected on a weekly basis or as needed by the business. The Haleyville Solid Waste Disposal Authority owns the local industrial landfill and has a management contract with BFI Waste Services. A full range of disposal services is available.