A community is only as good as its people, and the same can be said of any company, especially FGUA. We don’t look at the communities we serve simply as households needing water and sewer utilities. Instead, we are focusing on families, on individuals, on you.
Here are a few ways that we have emphasized the people in our community over the last year.
3rd Annual Water Awareness Poster Contest
Pasco County Utilities and the Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA) collaborated for the third annual Water Awareness Poster Contest. This program provides fun, recognition, and prizes to elementary school students who participated. This year’s theme focused on a water droplet named Drippy, who must make his way from the aquifer to a faucet.
2011 School Supply Drive
In late 2011, the FGUA put together a school supply drive. The FGUA requested donations from customers and office staff for the drive. In February 2012, the FGUA delivered the supplies to Seven Springs Elementary. Click here for more information about the program.
West Pasco Serve Day
On August 6, 2011, the FGUA joined other businesses, churches, clubs and individuals in support of local schools. The annual event is sponsored by United Way of Pasco County and provides an opportunity for volunteers to assist schools and students prepare for the upcoming academic year. Click here for more information about the program.
Customer Information Incentive Program
In Summer and Fall 2011, the Customer Information Incentive Program rewarded customers who updated their information. Customers who contacted the FGUA customer service offices confirming or updating their phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and/or mailing addresses were entered into monthly drawings for gift certificates provided by businesses in the FGUA service area. Correct information enables the FGUA to communicate important system related updates and better serve our customers. Click here to learn more about the program.
*Pictured above (left to right): Winners from Customer Information Incentive Program: Joan Belliveau, Maria Scrimenti, and Robert & Nancy Luchauer.