Marietta extends ban on power, water service suspension for nonpayment

Marietta Power & Water said it will extend its suspension on service disconnections through June 15 “due to the uncertainty created by the public health crisis.”
Marietta Power & Water said it will extend its suspension on service disconnections through June 15 “due to the uncertainty created by the public health crisis.”

Credit: City of Marietta

Credit: City of Marietta

Marietta Power & Water customers will have another month of reprieve from losing service due to nonpayment related to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

The city said it will extend its suspension on service disconnections through June 15 “due to the uncertainty created by the public health crisis.” Marietta first started halting disconnections on March 18.

“While customers will not be disconnected during this time, we strongly encourage customers to make payments as they are able,” the city added.

Marietta Power & Water remains open, but customers are asked to use its drive-through window, website or call 770-794-5150 to reduce exposure to COVID-19 for residents and employees.


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