Our Services

Learn more about the range of services offered by Parker Sewer District.

Rehabilitation Project

Learn more about our 15-year program of maintenance management and rehabilitation.

Community FAQ

Learn more about common questions regarding sewers.

Our Mission

 

We, the Employees, confirm, as the Mission of our Department, to be the leading Waste Water Collection Agency in the Greenville area. To earn this acclaim by committing ourselves to excellence in system management, operations, safety and customer service dedicated to our taxpayers for the protection of the public health and the environment.

In accomplishing this mission,
we will focus on these principles, values and beliefs
as a guide for all of our actions:

Respect

We respect the individual, and believe that individuals who are treated with respect and given responsibility respond by giving their best.

Honesty & Integrity

We require complete honesty and integrity in everything we do.

Success

We believe that understanding our mission, our goals, and what we expect from each other is critical to our success, and that this can only be accomplished through good communications between individuals and groups throughout the organization.

Hard Work

We believe work is an important part of life, and it should be fulfilling and enjoyable. Being a good worker does not mean being stuffy, boring or humorless.

Responsiveness

We feel a sense of urgency on any matters related to our taxpayers. We own problems and we are always responsive.

Conservation

We are cost-conscious. We guard and conserve the District’s resources with at least the same vigilance that we would use to guard and conserve our own personal resources.

Care

We believe that it is important that we strive to be friendly and courteous, as well as fair and compassionate, in all our dealings.

Commitment

We make commitments with care, and then live up to them. In all things, we do what we say we are going to do.

Effort

We insist on giving our best effort in everything we undertake, and we also recognize the big difference between “good mistakes” (best effort, bad results) and “bad mistakes” (negligence or lack of effort).