Reclaimed irrigation water coming soon to Wesbridge, Chapel Chase, and Copperspring | Update 12/2/20: Construction on the much-anticipated projects is estimated to take six months. Most work will occur outside the developments along Boyette Road and Madison Street, with no anticipated impact to local traffic.
Gateway Blvd. Force Main Repair | Update 11/23/20: Pasco County Utilities (PCU) Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Team successfully repaired the ruptured sewer force main along Gateway Boulevard on Friday, November 20, 2020. The PCU O&M Team will continue to be on site through the end of next week for restoration and retrieval work. There will be no impact to services provided, no risk to public health, and the restoration work being done will have no impact to the flow of traffic ... Read More Gateway Blvd
New Rates for Pasco County Utilities Customers: Effective October 1, 2020, Pasco County Utilities (PCU) customers saw rate changes in their monthly water, wastewater, and reclaim water bill. The average residential customer using 6,000 gallons of water would have seen a billing increase from $76.78 to $79.00, a difference of $2.22. Details and resources are available at bit.ly/pcurates.
Water Disinfection Type Changes for Crystal Springs Residents: On August 26, 2020, the Pasco County Utilities (PCU) Crystal Springs service area will be changing from the use of chlorine as a water disinfectant to chloramines. PCU is already in compliance with all current water quality regulations ... Read More Crystal Springs
FGUA/Pasco Aqua System Acquisition (July 1, 2020): PCU team members welcome approximately 3,300 former Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA) customers, and is working diligently to ensure a seamless transition for the Jasmine Lakes, Palm Terrace Gardens, and Zephyr Shores communities. New customers are encouraged to email any questions to WelcomeToPCU@pascocountyfl.net. Additional details ... Read More About PCU
Utilities COVID-19 Trash: Starting Saturday, April 25, 2020, the West Pasco Resource Recovery Facility, East Pasco Transfer Station and a standalone recyclable drop-off location will reopen for residential waste and recycling disposal. This change restores services that previously limited residential trash drop-offs on April 4, 2020. ... Read More Garbage Information
Utilities COVID-19 Customer Service: As a reminder, Customer Service remains available for Pasco County Utilities. The Land O’ Lakes and New Port Richey Customer Service Centers will be closed to customers and the general public. Drive-through services will remain open at both locations from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Dade City location will remain open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. ... Read More Utilities COVID 19 Service Update
Utilities COVID-19 Water & Wastewater: Water from your tap remains safe to drink and use. According the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies and based on current evidence the risk to water supplies is low. What you need to know about your water and wastewater ... Read More Utilities COVID 19 Water Sewer Update
Utilities COVID-19 Engineering Department: Pasco County Utilities (PCU) Engineering Department is only accepting online submittals, or those sent via mail or FedEx. In-person meetings will NOT be held at this time ... Read More Utilities COVID 19 Engineering Updates
Pasco County COVID-19: Stay informed on all Pasco County schedule changes or interruptions ... Visit bit.ly/PascoClosings
Reconnect Services: Due to non-payment ... Read More Reconnect Services
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