Serving Pittsylvania County, Virginia

Note:  Effective July 1, 2020, all in-person payments must be made at the Treasurer's Office at 11 Bank Street-Courthouse Annex in Chatham, Virginia.

The Treasurer's Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Your bill is required to make an in-person payment.  An appointment may be necessary to make an in-person payment.

Payment drop boxes are located on the exterior wall of the entrance ramp leading into the building and the other is a drive-up box in the parking lot behind the building. 
Payments dropped after 5 p.m. will be credited the next business day.  Dropped payments should include the payment coupon, or at a minimum include your account number.  No cash, please.

For additional payment options, click here.


Track your water consumption, for FREE!

Visit to sign up for a FREE Eye on Water account.  It's easy and is a helpful tool to track water usage.  You can also set a leak alert to notify you that a leak may have been detected.  There is also a phone app for those who want to check on the go!  View or download the file below for instructions on setting up your EyeOnWater account.  Once you have established your account, you can log in to the system here:


The Pittsylvania County Service Authority (PCSA) was established in 1973 as an independent entity under the provisions of the Virginia Water and Sewer Authorities Act for the purpose of providing water and sewer service for all areas of the County outside the City of Danville and outside the incorporated towns of Chatham, Hurt, and Gretna.  To serve its customers, the PCSA has contracts to purchase bulk water from the City of Danville, Henry County Public Service Authority, the Town of Chatham and the Town of Hurt.  PCSA does not currently own or operate water or sewer treatment facilities.  

Helpful Links:
-Pittsylvania County Government Page
-City of Danville Utilities

Note:  As a Public Utility member of VA811, PCSA will mark the approximate horizontal location of our underground facilities to the point of consumption.  For water, this is at the meter.  For sewer, this is at the property line.  PCSA does not mark utilities on private property.  Additional information can be found here.