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Mission Statement

The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC Water) is a bi-county governmental agency established in 1918 by an Act of the Maryland General Assembly. It is charged with the responsibility of providing water and sanitary sewer service within the Washington Suburban Sanitary District, which includes most of Montgomery and Prince George's Counties. In Montgomery County, only the Town of Poolesville and portions of the City of Rockville are outside of the District.



The total approved FY23 Operating Budget for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission is $864,606,317, an increase of $12,513,435 or 1.5 percent from the FY22 approved budget of $852,092,882. The total approved FY22 Capital Budget is $604,781,437 a decrease of $98,964,035 or 14.1 percent from the FY22 approved budget of $703,745,472.

WSSC Water's approved budget is not detailed in this document. The Commission's budget can be obtained from WSSC's Budget Group at the WSSC Headquarters Building, 14501 Sweitzer Lane, Laurel, Maryland 20707 (phone 301.206.8110) or from their website at http://www.wsscwater.com.

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Program Contacts

Contact Letitia Carolina-Powell of the WSSC Water at 301.206.8379 or Joshua Watters of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2768 for more information regarding this agency's operating budget.

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