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Questions about water quality? Learn more from our latest report.
Local experts share ways to save and protect our freshwater resources.
Congratulations to all 14 winners and honorable mentions for their amazing entries!
Learn more about starting your career after graduation with Utility Systems.
Learn more about the benefits of the St. Lucie River/C-23 Water Quality Project.
The first 15 people to register will tour the Prineville Water Treatment Plant on Tuesday, February 13 from 9 to 10 a.m.
Join Utility Systems' staff on January 19 at 12 p.m. at the Port St. Lucie Community Center to learn more about the St. Lucie River/C-23 Water Quality Project.
The City of Port St. Lucie is not assessing the fee, nor does the City collect the fee.
Customers may notice a slight chlorine taste or a change in color and odor in their water during this time.
A rate increase of 1.5% went into effect on October 1, 2023.
Take a look at the latest report on Port St. Lucie's water quality.
A water main break has affected many residents and businesses in the Tradition area.
Learn how to register an account.
Check your inbox for communications from Utility Systems' new and convenient billing and payment system.
If wind speeds exceed 39 miles per hour, employees will not go out in the field.
Keep an eye out for this mailer from a private company.
Residents followed the flow with experts who taught them about the water treatment and distribution processes.
Learn more about where our water comes from, how it measures up, and how you can help protect it.
Employee offspring celebrate a day at work with their parents.
Utility Systems works to educate the community on the importance of water conservation and protection.
This educational series teaches customers about different aspects of Utility Systems.
Raise your glass and celebrate our drinking water May 1-7.
Customers were led through each line of their utility bill to understand the charges.
Keeping household FOG from entering the sewer system helps prevents blockages.
Kids will learn about both water and wastewater-related process through trivia and games.
Wastewater treatment plant is committed to excellence in management through dedicated professionalism.
Matyjaszek brings with him 15 years of industry experience.
Water and sewer are the topics of discussion on the Sue-Ellen Sanders radio show on WPSL.
Port St. Lucie Utility Systems has been providing safe drinking water to our customers since 1994.
Neighborhood's newest neighbor is fitting in nicely.
Superhero teaches kids about saving water.
Help protect the sewer system by keeping F.O.G. out.
Learn more about upcoming projects and submit any comments you may have.
A new online form allows you to request an educational presentation.
Industry awards employees for their individual achievements.
By learning more about Utility Systems, realtors can better assist their clients.
Employees partake in forklift training in both the classroom and in the field.
Campers are getting better acquainted with water and wastewater-related topics.
Keith Fultz has seen decades of Port St. Lucie's growth and change.
Association recognizes Utility Systems' cooking oil recycling efforts.
Students learn about the smallest wastewater treatment plant helpers.
Kids learn about all the things their moms and dads do for Utility Systems.
Learn more about your Port St. Lucie drinking water.
This online video library was honored for being a free resource for St. Lucie County educators.
This virtual presentation taught students how the water cycle works step by step.
Collecting household fats, oil and grease keeps your pipes from clogging.
A plumbing industry hack helped locate a pesky odor in one resident's home.
Local students ask smart, relevant questions about how our department works.
Test results show asbestos was not detected in drinking water distribution system.
The collection of household fats, oil and grease (FOG) helps prevent blockages that create clogs.
Utility Systems employees receive multiple Florida Public Relations Association Image Awards.
The perfect neighbor just moved in—a more efficient vacuum-based sewer treatment system.
H2O-inspired graphics add some personality to water plant project.
Free online water and wastewater resources are now available for virtual learners.
The City of Port St. Lucie is interested in applying for Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) Rebuild Florida General Planning Support (GPS) Program grants for several Utility Systems Projects.
Education is key when it comes to water quality awareness.
Three different membranes are being put to the test to determine which is the best for reverse osmosis water treatment.
The City of Port St. Lucie is seeking grant money to fund the Prineville Water Treatment Plant Hardening Project.
The start of hurricane season is right around the corner. Make sure your plan and supplies are in order.
Reuse water is highly treated wastewater, which provides an alternative source for irrigation while reducing the demands on potable (drinking) water supplies.
Learn more about "forever chemicals" and where they are found.
The Treasure Coast Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) awarded Utility Systems for their outstanding efforts in communications.
Employees wear City-issued uniforms and badges and drive City vehicles.
This annual report explains where our water comes from, how we protect it, and the many ways residents can help to conserve it.
Local young artists create posters with a water conservation theme.
Las toallitas están creando un grave problema en nuestro sistema de alcantarillado. Todas las toallitas aunque la envoltura diga que son “desechables” deben ser desechadas en el zafacón.
Wipes are creating huge problems in our sewer system. Even the ones that say "flushable" should be throw away.
In order to comply with social distancing guidelines, employees may take home their work vehicles.
Port St. Lucie water treatment plants continue to provide safe, great tasting drinking water.
Don't have a copy? Don't worry! Read it online in English or Spanish.
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Your toilet is not a trashcan. Be sure to only flush the 3 p's—pee, poo, (toilet) paper.
No toilet paper? Wipes are a good option, just don't flush them!
Cooking oil and grease create blockages in the sewer system affecting the production of reuse water.
These tiny bugs can help stop the growth of the invasive species in a big way.
Kids learn a simple way to conserve water while they brush their teeth.
St. Lucie County School students are invited to create water conservation messages.
Seventh graders navigate the impacts of water pollution in our City.
Considering a conversion from septic to City sewer? Listen to this customer's experience.
Port St. Lucie acquired its utility assets on September 30, 1994 and you're invited to celebrate with us!
One little girl's love of the water was the inspiration for local artists.
The start of school is right around the corner and Utility Systems is ready to hit the books.
The horizontal bore is a slow and steady process which takes several weeks to complete.
These St. Lucie County kids are leading the way as environmental ambassadors.
Water Quality Project residents slither into new homes.
Utility Systems has gathered all you need to know about your water and sewer service this storm season.
Reuse water is highly treated wastewater, which provides an alternative source for irrigation while reducing the demands on potable (drinking) water supplies.
A tour of the wastewater treatment plant shows kids what happens to the water after it's flushed away.
This annual report explains where our water comes from, how we protect it, and the many ways residents can help to conserve it.
Make protecting and conserving water part of your daily routine.
Participants explored the plant from the ground water up.
As hurricane season approaches, upgrades are in the works to ensure communication during an emergency.
Prevent this grease gremlin and other non-flushable items from creating a FOGberg.
We are excited to participate in these upcoming events and activities.
Check out a typical day of a Utility Systems water treatment plant operator.
Win a gift basket with the tools to help keep our sewer system FOG-free.
Their support for one of our own hometown heroes was recognized by the Port St. Lucie City Council.
St. Lucie kids in public, private, or home school are invited to create a water conservation message and a chance to win prizes.
Don't let a water or sewer issue interrupt the celebration—just call Utility Systems.
Students explore the treatment process at the water plant.
Your City water is flowing with benefits—tap in and see!
Boy scouts learned the ins and outs of our water and sewer systems.
Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) and their negative impacts on the wastewater system can be prevented by making a few simple changes at home.
Replacing the pipes prevents flooding, property damage, and creates a safe habitat.
Students saw the water treatment process first-hand and created their own filtration systems.
The group learned about the history, projects, and future plans at McCarty Ranch Preserve.
Free chlorination is underway in Port St. Lucie and this information will help you understand why.
Skip the trip and apply to start or stop your service with a few clicks.
Beginning the week of July 9, Ogden Lane and Gulfport Terrace will be closed permanently to non-utility related traffic.
Wipes wreak havoc on our sewer system when flushed.
Technicians should be able to easily access all components of your residential sewer system to make repairs.
Port St. Lucie Utility Systems is dedicated to providing outstanding service in any kind of weather.
Through educational experiences, we are creating future water and wastewater professionals in St. Lucie County.
This annual report explains where our water comes from, how we protect it, and the many ways residents can help to conserve it.
The way you save water at home could win you a prize.
St. Lucie County school students created posters depicting a water conservation idea in the “Drop Savers” Poster Contest.
Mikey the microorganism teaches kids about Utility Systems in a new activity book.
Those without power can bring their own container and fill up.
Please be aware that Utility Systems will not be dispatching field crews when wind speeds have exceeded 39 miles per hour.
We recommend that you conserve water during a power outage to avoid filling your low-pressure wastewater disposal tank.
Port St. Lucie Utility Systems has your water needs covered.
These reminders will help you prepare as Hurricane Irma approaches our area.
Utility Systems crews will be flushing the City's water distribution system from Sept. 17 to Oct. 1.
Residential water and wastewater new construction fees are proposed to increase by 1.5 percent, effective October 1.
Know how to handle a loss of power to your low-pressure wastewater disposal system during a storm.
The 2016 Water Quality Report offers details about the quality of this utility’s potable water and the results of sampling and testing conducted throughout the year.
Utility Systems is auctioning 2005 60KW Generac Generators with Rocket Trailers online to the highest bidder.
Utility Systems is recruiting kids to join our Water Force during Water Conservation Month.
Saving water means saving on your water bill too.
St. Lucie County school students created posters depicting a water conservation idea in the “Drop Savers” Poster Contest.
You'll see the savings on your utility bill when you make a few simple changes at home.
Private companies are trying to persuade residents to purchase water filtration equipment.
We've adopted a mile of roadway in our neighborhood to help keep clean and litter-free.

Kids can help conserve water at home

Thursday 8 December 2016
Save big money on your bill when your kids do these small things.
Our partnership provides the ability to obtain supplemental water resources in an emergency.