Town of Hampton Water Customers


All water customers that live in the Town of Hampton have recently received their water bills that included a return envelope addressed to the Town of Woodruff. Please DO NOT USE that envelope. Please use the following address to submit your payment by mail. You may also use our online payment services at , or pay in person at our office located at 513 Elm St. West in the Town of Hampton.

Mail your payment to:

Lowcountry Regional Water System
P.O. Box 647
Hampton, SC 29924


Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions, please call (803) 943-1006.

Individual Initial Public Notice


Notification is hereby given to the public of the intent of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide assistance to the Low Country Regional Water System in Hampton County, SC, for construction and replacement of the electrical panel shed which provides power to the Yemassee Wastewater Treatment Facility, which was damaged in the 2016 major disaster declared as a result of widespread rain and extensive flooding.Please click here for the link to the entire public notice.


Request for Proposal

Two Way Radio System

The Lowcountry Regional Water System (LRWS) is accepting proposals for the installation of a digital two way radio system including equipment, software, programming, licensing, labor, installation etc. to provide an all-inclusive digital two way radio system for the functions and needs of LRWS. The proposal shall be received no later than Thursday, March 7th, 2019 at 10:00 AM at which time the proposals will be publicly opened and read. Interested parties may request full bid specifications and documents by contacting Brian Burgess at 803-943-1006 or they may be found on LRWS’ website under “Bid Opportunities” at



Winter Weather Woes

Winter Weather Woes

February 01, 2019

This winter has brought more winter weather woes than usual, as the polar vortex has hit North America, bringing with it record-breaking cold. The past week has seen the coldest weather in a generation. Schools have been called off, businesses are closed, flights are cancelled, the US Postal Service has suspended service in some states, and thousands of homes have been without power. Chicago has been colder than Mt. Everest base camp. The U.S. Midwest has had lower temperatures than the South Pole. This is dangerously cold. 

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