GREER – Nearly a month after the first financial donation, Greer CPW is pledging an additional $25,000 to Greer Relief, an organization that works to prevent hunger and homelessness in the Greater Greer area. Among many other things, Greer Relief also provides utility assistance for people unable to pay their bill. These funds will be earmarked for that purpose.

“We quickly realized how dire the situation has become for our customers to pay their utility bills and keep essential services running, said Jeff Howell – Chairman of the Board. We are all in this together and with a little encouragement will get through these uncertain times.” said Howell.

Greer CPW first announced a $25,000 donation to Greer Relief March 16th and nearly 90% of those funds have already been used. Greer Relief Executive Director Caroline Robertson says they have seen repeat clients but ones that have never requested help before.

“We are blessed to have a great partner in Greater Greer who values the community and their customers. Thank you, Greer CPW, for providing much needed relief to our neighbors during the COVID crisis,” said Caroline Robertson, Executive Director of Greer Relief.

Please contact Greer Relief for assistance paying your bill.

www.greerrelief.org/get-help

Call 864-848-5355 ext. 1

Applications are also available outside their building at 202 Victoria St., Greer SC 29651

CPW online bill pay is safe and convenient.

Paying your bill at www.greercpw.com is one of the safest ways to pay your bill. We will continue to take payments online, in the drive through at 301 McCall Street and by phone at 864-848-5500 8 am- 5 pm or after hours at 864-848-5501.

Our utilities remain safe.

There is no evidence that Coronavirus can be transmitted via drinking water. Our drinking water disinfection process continues to meet and exceed state and government regulations.

We’ll be here, working for you.

All essential Greer CPW staff will continue to respond to your emergency. Precautions such as increased custodial cleaning, limiting on site contractor visits and banning business travel for employees have been put in place.

The boil water advisory issued for Saint Mark Road and adjoining streets has been lifted as of 6:45 PM 11/26/20. It is safe to use your water as normal.More Info
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