Public Works provides essential services to approximately 125,000 City residents, including fleet, facilities maintenance, streets and utilities. The department also manages the solid waste franchise agreement with Waste Pro and other major City-wide contracts.
The City of Coral Springs Utilities Division, along with all other water utilities in Coral Springs, will temporarily discontinue the use of ammonia in the disinfection process to comply with the requirements of the Department of Environmental Protection. In addition to this change, water main flushing will begin on July 13 and continue through July 28, 2017 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.
These temporary conditions are not harmful to your health, but we encourage residents to follow these tips:
Customers with inline filters may want to contact the equipment manufacturer for any precautions.
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