Osceola Water Works – Breaking Down Your Osceola Utility Bill

After recent conversations the team at Osceola Water Works had some of their customers, there was the realization that there is still some confusion on the breakout of the utility bill they administer. While the bill customers receive includes fees for Water, Sewage, and Garbage, rates and management for the water portion is the sole responsibility of the Osceola Water Works. Any other utility rates and/or service management fees are controlled through the City of Osceola.
To help, they’ve provided a more detailed breakout with additional information on the Osceola utility bill…

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Encouraging Osceola to Think of Bottled Water as Conservation Measure

While recent community water conservation measures have shown daily water use averages down and the dropping levels in West Lake slowing, the Osceola Water Works Board, City, and Clarke County EMA are encouraging water customers to consider implementing a bottled water routine for their daily water consumption needs.
To read more, click through to the latest update …

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Dry Spring Raises Osceola Water Concerns

With less-than-expected rainfall through this Spring and forecasts of a dry Summer ahead, the Osceola Water Works Board is concerned about the available water supply in West Lake. In their July meeting the board will be discussing the Water Conservation Plan and what will need to be done to assure safe and abundant water for the customers.
Click through to read the latest updates for Osceola water conservation…

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Osceola Water Board Increases Conservation Plan to ‘Water Warning’ Level

The Osceola Water Works Board recently raised the Osceola Water Conservation Plan Level to a Water Warning. With current drought conditions and little relief in sight, the Board wanted to make sure the community is aware of the warning level. Click through to the latest feature for more details on their decision, what it means for water restrictions and potential penalties for violation.

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