Category Big Sandy

2019 Annual Water Report

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Side by Side Parade

The Town of Big Sandy is hosting a side by side parade on April 27th at 10:00 a.m. This event is free to enter. The route will start at the school and go through town. No candy will be thrown from the side by sides. We will have people walking around passing candy out. If you have any questions, you can call 731-593-3213 or email Mayor Autumn Ratliff at mayorautumnratliff@gmail.com. Follow this event on Facebook.

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Now Available-Pay Online

Big Sandy Waterworks has partnered with Nexbillpay to extend an additional payment option for our customers interested in using their check, debit card or credit card to pay their water bill, Nexbillpay is a trusted third party automated payment service that allows you to pay your pill online.

Bill payments can be made at any time 24/7 365 days a year.

To pay online click on http://nexbillpay.net/bigsandywaterworks

You will need your customer account number from your printed billing  statement  to complete your bill payment. You may request your account number by calling our office 593-3213.

You will also need your balance owed and your payment method: check, debit card or credit card.

Nexbillpay does charge a fee of $2.95 for credit and debit card transactions up to $150 and $2...

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Big Sandy Fire Hall Open House

Big Sandy Fire Chief Larry Waters has announced that the new Big Sandy Fire Hall will have an Open House on Sunday October 23 at 2pm. There will be a short address by Bob Nunley, Fire Chief of the Greenfield, Tn Fire Department. Following, the public will be able to tour the facility and enjoy light refreshments. Everyone is invited.

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KY Lake Waterfowl Festival in Big Sandy Aug. 6th

The 12th Annual Kentucky Lake Waterfowl Festival returns to Big Sandy, TN City Park on Saturday, August 6th. Hosted by the Paris-Henry County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, the event will have 50 exhibitors from six states on hand with displays ranging from new calls and motion decoys to boats, clothing, ammo, and more. The festivity will again be held in conjunction with the TWRA public drawings for duck blinds along Kentucky Lake wildlife management areas, which means a guaranteed crowd! For the last decade the event has averaged drawing 3,000-plus waterfowlers each day to the festival searching for everything from new duck and goose calls to the latest in camouflage clothing, retrievers, taxidermists, boats, motors, outfitters, new trucks, ATVs, decoys, and more.

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