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To Our Customers:

Our Board Meetings will be held telephonically. Please contact our office at 765-778-7544 or email bhunter@fcrwd.com for information if you would like to participate.

Emergency After Hours Number (After 3:30 PM):                       1-888-271-0761

The Emergency After Hours Number is to be used only for an emergency regarding the sewer system.
This line should not be called regarding billing, payment or account issues.

Billing & General Questions:  Please call the office between 8:00 AM and 3:45 PM at 765-778-7544. Additionally, you may also email questions to bhunter@fcrwd.com.

Payments may be made online with a Visa or MasterCard. You may also call 765-778-7544 during normal business hours to pay by phone.

Checks and money orders may be left in the drop box located on the brick wall outside of the main gate or mailed to PO Box 59, Pendleton, IN 46064-0059.

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NOTICE OF SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY

Fall Creek Regional Waste District

 The Fall Creek Regional Waste District has determined to sell certain surplus property.  A general description of the surplus property to be sold is as follows:

         1.      International 1086 Tractor with front weights and duals, 5839 hrs, serial # 2610177U012441

         2.      Rhino model TW120 10ft 3 Point Bush Hog, serial # 13886
 

3.      JD Gator, 758 hrs, serial # 005494

4.      SCAG Giant Vac model TLS20-18BV, serial # 006A00897

Sealed bids will be accepted at the District’s office, 9378 South County Road 650 West, P.O. Box 59, Pendleton, Indiana 46064, until Noon (12:00 p.m.) on July 15, 2021.  Bids should contain the name of the item or items bid upon, price bid (for each item bid upon), the name of the bidder, and the mailing address and telephone number of the bidder.  Sealed bids may be mailed or hand delivered, provided the bids should be received prior to the date and time specified herein.  The District reserves the right to reject any late bids received after the date and time specified in this Notice.  In submitting a bid, the bidder agrees to full Disclaimer of Warranties.

 The District will open bids at its regular Board meeting at 7:00 p.m. on July 15, 2021, and the selected bidder will be notified by the District thereafter.  The District may reject all bids and may stop a sale at any time.  The selected bidder must pay the amount of their submitted bid in immediately available funds within five (5) working days of receiving notice from the District, and will be responsible for delivery of the surplus property.

 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES:  The selected bidder accepts the surplus property and the surplus property is provided by the District “AS IS” “WHERE IS” and “WITH ALL FAULTS.”  The District and its agents make no warranties, express, implied or otherwise, with respect to the SURPLUS PROPERTY, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

 For further information, including to schedule an inspection of the surplus property, please contact Tim McCurdy, Chief of Maintenance, at (765) 208-0178.

 

 
         
 

Important News:

It has recently come to our attention that some users, while googling “Pay my FCRWD bill”, have been directed to a website for DOXO. DOXO is a third-party bill payment website. Even though the DOXO website lists FCRWD’s business information, DOXO is in no way affiliated with FCRWD. While DOXO is a legitimate bill payment site, please be aware that a fee may be charged to you for processing your payment. Also, as we are not affiliated with DOXO, we do not receive any payment you may make through their website instantly. For immediate payment to FCRWD and immediate posting to your FCRWD account, please use the secure online payment portal located on FCRWD’s website: 
www.FCRWD.com
 

 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
         
         
    Our history is backed by our dedicated staff that strives each and every day to improve and preserve the quality of the surface waters in southern Madison County. We have not only filled our website with information about the long history of our statewide recognized facility, but have included information on the processes of FCRWD. We have included photos and descriptions to help you better understand what we do, as well as put our staff at your fingertips to contact with questions at anytime.

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  In the early 1970’s the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board conducted stream pollution analysis across Indiana. Based on these tests it was determined that additional wastewater treatment was needed within the Fall Creek basin in southern Madison County. The Fall Creek Regional Waste District was created on Nov. 22, 1974 by the action of the Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board under the direction of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.    
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
         
         
    The District’s collection system consists of over 380,000 ft. of sanitary sewers and 48 lift stations.  Fall Creek Regional Waste District is proud to be the recipient of numerous awards from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Water Environment Federation, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, and the Indiana Water Environmental Association.

The District’s service territory covers approximately 70 square miles and serves a population of about 25,000 people. Fall Creek Regional Waste District remains committed to the improvement and preservation of the quality of the surface waters in the Fall Creek basin in southern Madison County. Click here for more historical information.