Our Mission

At Camden County Public Water Supply District #4, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Bill Payment Options

Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... Learn more...

Emergency Contact

If you have an after hour emergency, please call our office phone at 573-365-6792 and follow the prompts.  You may also call 1-800-500-9219 if you do not receive a response within 15 minutes.  Please note there may be a charge of $85 for reconnection during non-business hours for service which has been shut off for non payment.  During business hours the standard reconnection fee will apply.

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Camden County PWSD#4 is now hiring.

April 09, 2018

Camden County PWSD#4 is seeking a full time Billing Clerk for water & sewer utility, experienced in customer service, billing procedures and Microsoft Office. 

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Educating our Children about Water

Educating our Children about Water

April 01, 2018

Valuing and protecting our natural resources is more than just a nice idea; it’s a global necessity. And one crucial way of ensuring a future in which every child has clean water to drink is by teaching those children to conserve and care for our resources— right now. The folks at Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) are committed to doing exactly that. They “envision a world in which action-oriented education enables every child to understand and value water, ensuring a sustainable future.” Project WET is working hard to “develop and deliver the world's best water education resources, organize special water events, manage a worldwide network of local implementing partners and advocate for the role of water education in solving the world's most pressing water issues.”  Project WET

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