***Attention: Our watering restrictions have changed due to the current water shortage. For more information, please see the news update below. For the City's updated watering restrictions, please click here. ***
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The department operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide and distribute a reliable supply of quality, safe drinking water and a wastewater collection system that meets the needs of our customers and respects and enhances our environment.
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2016 Annual Water Quality Report is now available!
The City of North Port Utilities Department wants to let residents know that the 2016 Annual Water Quality Report (also known as the Consumer Confidence Report or CCR) is now available. The 2016 CCR contains important information about the source, quality, and treatment of your drinking water and is now available. The City is pleased to announce that the report indicates that North Port City drinking water meets and exceeds all federal and state drinking water quality standards. To access the 2016 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), visit www.northportccr.com. Prefer a paper copy? Call 941-429-7122.
Southwest Florida Water Management District has tightened water restrictions in Sarasota County and 15 surrounding counties. Read the full press release here.
SWFWMD has declared a Modified Phase III water shortage that affects the 16 counties within its boundaries. Under the new water shortage order, additional water restrictions are being instituted and the City's water restrictions have been updated to reflect these changes. For the current restrictions please click here. North Port Utilities encourages all residents to be conservative in their water use year-round, but it is especially important during this unusually dry season. Check back here for updates.
For more information on water conservation efforts and tips to reduce your water use please visit WaterMatters.org/conservation.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 Water Conservation Eco Bag Design Contest!
•Taylor Tipp – Cranberry Elementary
•Naomi Greco – Lamarque Elementary
•Delaynah LaRue – Homeschool
•Zoey Gilliam – Lamarque Elementary
•Josiah Keaton – Glenallen Elementary
•Nataliya Kudelko – Glenallen Elementary
•Usman Phillips – Lamarque Elementary
•Jada Haynes – Lamarque Elementary
•Chloe Talbott – Lamarque Elementary
•Raniyah Smith – Cranberry Elementary
•Elias Abu Eita – Imagine School
•Hailey Stevens – Lamarque Elementary
Utilities Mission Statement:
To support the City’s Mission by continuing to provide our customers quality water and sewer services in a safe, healthful, cost-effective and efficient manner and to accommodate the growth of our community through the planned expansion of our systems.
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