City of Romney Water Filtration PlantThe current City of Romney Filtration Plant began operation in 2000 and is located west of Romney along RT. 50 at Indian Heights. Employees of the Filtration plant are as follows.The City of Romney also supplies our neighboring utility, Central Hampshire Public Service District, with water. The water is then distributed east of Romney city limits along RT. 50 serving several small towns and communities along the way. They also distributed water north of the City limits along RT. 28.The City of Romney Filtration Plant treats approximately 500, 000 gallons of water per day at the present time, or approximately 182, 500, 000 gallons per year. The present plant has a design capacity of 1, 500, 000 per day to serve an ever growing community. Water production and plant operations are in full compliance with the rules for the governing of a water utility as mandated by the Public Service Commission ( PSC ), of West Virginia.The City of Romney is a member of The West Virginia Rural Water Association- 1-800-339-4513. The West Virginia Rural Water Association is an organization designed to assist water and wastewater utilities; they provide continuing education training for operators as well as technical and physical support as requested by those utilities which they serve.