Welcome to the Official Website of The Russell County PSA

Bill Payment Options

  • In Person: 137 Highland Drive, Suite E Lebanon, VA 24266
  • By Mail: 137 Highland Drive, Suite E Lebanon, VA 24266
  • Drop Box: 137 Highland Drive Lebanon, VA 24266 (Outside Main Doors)
  • By Phone: (276) 254-4929
  • Online:russell.authoritypay.com
  • New Peoples Bank (Lebanon, Castlewood, Honaker, Pounding Mill)
  • Auto Bank Draft (Call Our Office to Get Signed Up)



Board Meeting: May 24, 2024 @ 6:00pm

Office closed: May 27, 2024



What is the Lead and Copper Rule?

 In 1991, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a regulation to control lead and copper in drinking water. This regulation is known as the Lead and Copper Rule (also referred to as the LCR). Since 1991 the LCR has undergone various revisions. The latest Lead and Copper Rule Revision requirement tasks each Waterworks to prepare and maintain an inventory of service line materials by October 16, 2024.

Russell County PSA monitors lead and copper throughout its system by collecting water samples and having them analyzed, with the results reported to the Virginia Department of Health's Office of Drinking Water as well as the customers that participate in the sampling.


Waterworks across the country have been tasked to create an inventory of service line materials for every customer, which is a large and daunting task. In an attempt to cut costs and keep them from being passed on to customers, many Waterworks are asking customers to fill out a simple form (under Forms & Reports Tab) that will make the inventory creation faster, less costly, and more efficient.


The Russell County Public Service Authority Board of Directors' Meeting

The Russell County Public Service Authority Board of Directors' Meeting is scheduled for Friday, May 24, 2024 at 6:00 PM at the Russell County Government Center located at 137 Highland Drive, Lebanon, Virginia. 



Beat the Backyard Bugs

Beat the Backyard Bugs

May 01, 2024

As May ushers in warmer weather and longer days, many of us eagerly anticipate spending time in our backyard sanctuaries. However, pesky bugs and insects can quickly put a damper on outdoor enjoyment. From mosquitoes and flies to ants and ticks, backyard bugs can be a nuisance and, in some cases, pose health risks.

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