Outages & Notices
Service reliability and your safety are priorities for the FGUA. To assist you with finding information relevant to your community, the FGUA provides information online for large service interruptions, boil water advisories, notifications about your water, and resources related to those topics.
Please call your local office to report or obtain information on any outages not listed on this page. For phone listings, please visit our Phone section.
System: Seven Springs
Status: Planned Outage
Cause: Water Main Break
Customers Impacted: 2100
Effective Date: January 14, 2020
The Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA) has restored reclaimed water service to all FGUA Seven Springs reclaimed water service customers following repairs to the 24-inch reclaimed water main at the FGUA Seven Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant. Customers may resume scheduled reclaimed water use for irrigation as permitted.
System: Dunnellon: Dunnellon Systems
Effective Date: January 15, 2020
Completion Date: January 31, 2020
The FGUA will be conducting fire hydrant flow testing and system flushing as part of its prudent utility practice in the Dunnellon Systems from January 15th to January 31st, 2020. Flushing will remove any sediment from the system that may have accumulated in the pipes. Sediment collecting in pipes can lead to odor and discoloration in the water. Fire hydrant testing provides an opportunity to check the volume of water as well as pressure that is available at each hydrant.
This process will not cause adverse health effects. However, during this period, you may notice some discoloration and or cloudiness in your water. You may also find air pockets in the system. The discoloration and air are harmless. If you do come across this, you may want to run water through the tap until it runs clear. Some areas may also experience a temporary fluctuation in water pressure or a slight change in the taste and odor of the water.
For questions regarding the change in the disinfectant process, please call your local FGUA Office at 352-633-9700.
System: Turtle Lakes
Customers Impacted: 259
Effective Date: November 5, 2019
Completion Date: January 15, 2020
Beginning November 2019, the FGUA will begin retrofitting meters, and ensure backflow prevention devices are working for customers that will soon receive reclaimed water service. During this process, customers may experience a brief interruption of service.
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