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WATER

Central Arkansas Water serves Pulaski County. The address is P.O. Box 1789, 221 E. Capitol Ave., Little Rock 72203. The telephone number to have water turned on or off, to report breaks or leaks, or to make bill inquiries is 372-5161. New customers are required to pay an activation fee of $15, which will appear on the first month's bill, and to make a security deposit roughly equal to a two-months bill.

ELECTRICITY

Entergy Arkansas serves most of Pulaski County, including Little Rock. For customer service, call 1-800-368-3749 (1-800- ENTERGY). To report power outages and emergencies, call 1-800-968-8243 (1-800-9OUTAGE).

The city of North Little Rock has its own electric department. Call 975-8888 for customer service, 1-888-728-4004 to report outages.

GAS

CenterPoint Energy. Call 800-992-7552 for customer service and to report a gas leak. Call 811 before you dig.

SEWER

Little Rock Wastewater Utility, 376-2903.

North Little Rock Wastewater Utility, 945-7186.

GARBAGE AND RECYCLING

Little Rock garbage, yard waste and recycling collection, 888-2208.

North Little Rock Sanitation Department, 371-8345.

Elsewhere, call the appropriate city hall.

TELEPHONE

Many companies provide telephone service in Pulaski County, including AT&T, Comcast, Sprint, Verizon and Windstream.

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