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Our Mission

At CBB Water System, Inc., we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our members, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

CBB Water System, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

Cross Connections are Illegal and Can be Deadly

Alternative sources of water cannot be connected to CBB's water lines or any water lines, homes, barns, sprinkler systems or any other fixtures or devices (whether inside or outside your home) that are connected to CBB's system. 

Please click HERE for to see the complete Cross Connection Policy approved by the Board.

Conservation Tips

There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...

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Chlorine Cleanse Scheduled to Begin August 15, 2023

August 01, 2023

Beginning August 15, 2023 CBB Water will temporarily change its drinking water disinfectant from chloiramines to chlorine as part of our routing preventive maintenance procedures.  We expect this effort to last approximately 45 days.  The City of Bossier, our supplier of finished water, has informed CBB Water they the will be making a temporaty switch to chlorine in mid-August so we are flowing suit as per our procedures and in consultation with the State Department of Health.  If you have any questions please contact us at 318-965-0015. Please see the Public Notice Below

P.O. BOX 91
BENTON, LA 71006-0091


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Take a Moment to Think About It

Take a Moment to Think About It

October 01, 2023

The value of water is immeasurable.

Every October the water community reflects on A Day Without Water to better educate, appreciate, and understand this incredible resource. The Water Industry’s most important mission is to preserve and protect water for generations to come (both animal, plant and human generations!). 

For many, living without fresh flowing water is a stark reality. When water is unavailable, communities stop functioning. Water is used to prepare meals, baths, sanitation, hydration, industry, agriculture, and so much more. 

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