Richard’s Disposal Inc. of Jackson MS 769-333-4222 CSRJM@richardsdisposal.com
FAQ Topic: Services
The City of Jackson offers all permitting services through the online permitting system. This can be accessed at https://jacksonms.viewpointcloud.com/. For more information about the Code Services office and building permitting you can visit https://www.jacksonms.gov/building-permits/.
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Tuesdays: Begins at 6:00 PM Thursdays: Begins at 3:00 PM Please check in at Traffic Window prior to going into the Courtroom. For more information, visit the Jackson Municipal Clerk website.
An expungement filing fee is $50.00 and is to be paid upon submission of Motion & Order of Expungement. For more information, visit the Jackson Municipal Clerk website.
Abstracts of Court can be requested at the Court Services window. The cost is $15.00 per charge. For more information, visit the Jackson Municipal Clerk website.
Applications for new service cannot be made online. Applications for new service must be made in person at the Water Sewer Business Administration Office. Requests to transfer services to a new location may be made over the phone. We need the following information to complete the change of responsibility for a property: Your name and … Continued
No one has to be home, just make sure all faucets and valves are turned off. If the meter service technician has any indication that the faucets are on in the home, services will not be turned on.
Delinquency occurs when a full payment is not made by the due date. If your services were interrupted due to non-payment, the amount owed on the bill and the late payment charge of $50.00 must be paid to restore services. You may come in to our offices to make a payment or you may pay … Continued
The property owner is responsible for the line that services his/her building up to the property line. However, if a blockage occurs in the service line but is unknown where the blockage is taking place (private or public property), the property owner must make an effort to free the blockage, at his/her expense. This may … Continued