Natural Gas Service

To Apply for Natural Gas Service

Call City Hall at 706.859.0900 to see if your service address is eligible for natural gas service.

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Call Before You Dig!

Submit online:

Phone Call:
Dial 811

Examples of when to call: installing a mailbox, putting in a fence, planting trees, building a deck, or excavating a new garden area.

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About Our Natural Gas

The City of Summerville provides natural gas service to residents of Summerville, GA and portions of Northern Floyd County. The City of Summerville has over 1 million feet of gas main not including the service lines that run from the main line to the customer's home or business.  This gas distribution network allows us to provide service to over 4500+ customers including homes, schools, businesses, and industries.

The City of Summerville Gas Department is responsible for the service and maintenance of the City's distribution network. The Gas Department must adhere to strict guidelines handed down by the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC), and is inspected by the PSC a minimum of once per year. Click here to learn more about our Gas Department.


Natural Gas Service vs. Electric and Propane

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Switch Your Home or Business to Natural Gas

Natural gas is a more efficient, more reliable, and more economical solution for your appliances. Now, thanks to the City of Summerville's partnership with Natural Gas Connection, it couldn't be more simple to make the switch.  Natural Gas Connection provides financing, rebates, and installation of gas appliances to qualified customers.

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Additional Natural Gas Information

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Additional Info

Public Works & Utilities
Terry Tinney, Director
P.O. Box 180
Summerville, GA  30747


Office Hours:
M-F 8:00-4:00

Emergencies/After Hours
 Phone: 911

To report a leak and if you can not reach a staff member, AND it is after hours, on a week end, on a holiday, or if it is an emergency, call 911. The 911 center will dispatch an “on-call” employee 24 hours a day.

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