Public Utilities

NEWS...


The Longwood City Code regarding installation of irrigation meters for residential customers has been recently amended in an effort to decrease your monthly sewer bill. This change helps to balance the recent utility system rate increases. The City of Longwood encourages its residential sewer customers to purchase a separate irrigation meter to help with reducing wastewater charges and create conservation benefits.

For more information please contact:

Jammie Tackett at 407-263-2382 Ext 2.

 


SOUTH LONGWOOD SEPTIC TANK ABATEMENT PROJECT The overall goal of this project is to provide sanitary sewer service to residential properties located in the City of Longwood wastewater service area in the project area bounded by CR 427 (aka N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.) to the West, SR 434 to the North, Wildmere Street to the South, and East Street to the East. 

The 2016 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) (PDF) contains the latest report as required by state and federal regulations on the source and quality of our potable water. Past years' reports are also available for viewing.




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Water conservation is very important. Check for the latest lawn and landscape irrigation rules.
Our Cross Connection Control program maintains a list of Backflow Device Certified Testers (PDF).

Standard Detail Drawings (PDF) are also available in Auto Cad format upon request.

Water Conservation Tips (PDF) - Helpful hints for water conservation.