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.
We can help you set up your online account in less than 5 minutes.
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.
Pay your bill a whole new way with several new features.
From dedicated parking spaces to an efficient numbering system, meeting with a highly-trained representative is even more convenient.
We've adopted a mile of roadway in our neighborhood to help keep clean and litter-free.
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.