Cumberland County has a sharp eye on its future and the utility needs of the commercial, industrial and residential partners.
City and county officials along with business professionals are making plans for this area's future growth. Whether it's a retail shopping district or a new manufacturing facility, Crossville is very progressive when it comes to fostering a growing, vibrant economy.
State-of-the-art telecommunications facilities serve almost 26,000 customers locally and more than 50,000 customers regionally.
The fully digital switching network here is among the most technologically advanced platforms anywhere. It provides fiber-optic capabilities for the fastest, clearest connections possible. Complete Internet, e-commerce, conference calling, cellular and digital services are right at your fingertips.
Water from two area lakes provides abundant resources for the Crossville area (7.5 million GPD).
In addition, our pro-business leadership has provided businesses and residences more than enough access to water treatment facilities, main water lines, and sewage systems. Crossville's low utility rates help keep costs low and profits high.
VOLUNTEER ENERGY COOPERATIVE
MIDDLE TENNESSEE NATURAL GAS UTILITY DISTRICT
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
CITY OF CROSSVILLE
Catoosa Water District
South Cumberland Utility District
West Cumberland Utility District
Crab Orchard Water Utility District
Cumberland Waste Disposal (CWD)
|Treated Water Suppliers|
|Current Consumption||3 MGD|
|Storage Capacity||4,500,000 gallons|
|Current Usage||2.3 MGD|
|% City Sewer Coverage||75|
|% Storm Sewer Coverage||75|
|Solid Waste Disposals||Yes|
|Electric Power||Volunteer Energy Cooperative|
|Gas Supplier||Middle TN Natural Gas|
|Source Company||East Tennessee Gas|
|Fuel Oil Suppliers||3|
|Suppliers of LP Gas||2|