Welcome to Cleveland County Water (CCW), your regional water supplier, where we are dedicated to providing you with safe drinking water. The water system includes a water plant located on the First Broad River, a clean river in North Carolina. The distribution system serves Cleveland County, including the Towns of Belwood, Casar, Earl, Kingston, Lattimore, Mooresboro, Patterson Springs, Polkville, and Waco as well as areas of Lincoln County, Gaston County, Rutherford County and Cherokee County in South Carolina. We serve a population of 57,212 with 1,100 miles of waterlines.
CCW has six generators in case of power outages to continue water service, also four emergency connections with Kings Mountain, Shelby, Broad River Water Authority and Grassy Pond to insure water service.
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