Community-Wide Water Conservation Efforts Show Commitment

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Since the water conservation ordinance was increased in October to Section 3 – Water Emergency, the Osceola Water Works team has been working with customers from their largest water users to residential customers to help conserve. In just two months, the results have been quite impressive.

Click through to their latest update to see how the community has come together to help conserve water…

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Urgent Update on Water Levels in Osceola’s West Lake Reservoir (Video)

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The Osceola Water Works team continues to work to provide updates to the community about drought conditions and to guide customers in efforts to help conserve water.

In this submission, they’ve provided additional information in the form of video to help illustrate the severity of the ongoing drought situation. You can click through to view…

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Drought Conditions Force Osceola Water Board To Increase Water Restrictions

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In the Osceola Water Works Board meeting Thursday night, the water board voted unanimously to increase the conservation requirements from Section 2 – Water Warning, to Section 3 – Water Emergency, across all municipal water customers, residential, commercial, and industrial.

Click through to reach what that means for your water conservation efforts and how you can help…

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New Water Works Board Member and Staff Added to Represent Diverse Community

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The Osceola Water Works Board spent time in selecting their next representative on the board as well as new staff positions. ztheir goal was to properly represent the growing Hispanic community in Osceola.

Check out the latest additions to Osceola Water Works and welcome Sandra and Maria to the team!

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Water Works Board Passes Section 2 Water Conservation Ordinance

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Osceola Water Works board recently approved an increase the water conservation ordinance to Section 2, addressing ongoing drought conditions throughout the community. This ordinance means further conservation efforts will be required from all Osceola Water Works customers.

Click through to read more on the latest Water Works update and how it will affect your water usage…

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Osceola Water Works Launches EPA-Driven Research for Lead Water Lines

A recent EPA directive has started a research project by the team at Osceola Water Works, documenting lead water lines for future reduction. As data is gathered, strategies will be developed for the eventual replacement of lead water lines.

Click through to read more about the EPA’s request for research and how it is being handled by Osceola Water Works …

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Osceola Water Works Payment Convenience Fee to Take Effect December 27th

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In an effort to continue providing bill paying services through online card processing, as well as to offset service fees of over $7,500 annually to the utility customers, Osceola Water Works will be instating a convenience fee of 2.65% for each customer making their water utility payment

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New Osceola Wastewater Plant Kicks Off With City Council Budget Approval

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In the March 20th Osceola City Council meeting, the budget for 2018-2019 was presented and approved by a vote of the City Council. Within that budget was the first phase estimated cost for the design and development of Osceola’s new wastewater plant slated to begin construction in

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