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Nassau County
Official Seal of Nassau County, FL
96135 Nassau Place
Suite 1
Yulee, FL 32097
Nassau-Amelia Utilities (NAU)
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The Nassau County Board of County Commissioners provides Water Utility Services to the southern end of Amelia Island. Nassau-Amelia Utilities is dedicated to providing exemplary service to its customers while working closely with building contractors and property developers.

Online Services
J. Scott Herring, P.E.
Public Works Director

(904) 530-6225

Billing & Customer Service (904) 530-6030
Plant (904) 530-6450

The available online services allow you to make your payments automatically with either your credit card.

Visit the Nassau-Amelia Utilities website to Pay a bill online.

Nassau Amelia Utilities Accomplishments and Goals

Water and Wastewater Rates  

Boil Water Advisory FAQ's

Ordinance 2014 

Customer Service-Billing Department

NAU Development Project Acceptance

NAU Inspection Request Form

NAU Utility Rate Study

Ordinance 2016

Public Hearing for Ordinance 2016

Notice: Letter of Service Availability will take between 7 and 10 working days before a response will be provided.

We appreciate your patience in this matter. 

Auto Pay
Conserve-A-Check authorizes Nassau-Amelia Utilities to transfer money directly from your bank account to pay for your monthly utility bills.

St. Johns River Water Management
St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) has provided conservation literature including guides to underground irrigation systems and water conservation tips. This information is available at the Nassau-Amelia Utilities customer service office.

Nassau-Amelia Utilities has formed a partnership with SJRWMD in their 2008 Water Conservation Public Awareness Campaign and suggests customers also visit the SJRWMD website for additional information on protecting Florida's water resources.

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