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Bolivar Utility Department



The Bolivar Utility Department is responsible for serving its customers with clean burning natural gas. It supplies three counties: Chester, Hardeman, and McNairy. The gas system used by Bolivar Utility was installed in 1954 and now serves more than 5,000 customers.


The natural gas used by Bolivar Utility is purchased from Tennessee Gas Pipeline. There are two tap stations.  One is located on Highway 125 South in Middleton, and the other is located in McNairy county, west of the Selmer city limits on Highway 64.


Bolivar Utility’s gas system is regulated by  both the Tennessee Regulatory Authority (Office of Pipeline Safety) and the PHMSA Organization (Office of Pipeline Safety), which is located in Washington, D.C.


For more information about your gas service and pipeline safety, please click on our Public Awareness link.


















** Click here for a current list of licensed and bonded plumbers.






Facts:




Click here  to watch a video and learn how to read your gas meter.





Flag colors and what they mean:

If you see flags out near your yard or paint, this is where certain service lines have been marked.

Utility Board Meeting Minutes

January 2017

Special Meeting

February 2017

March 2017

April 2017

May 2017

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September 2017

October 2017

November 2017