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Water and Wastewater Utilities

Contact Information:

Water-(727) 937-2557, 1624 L&R Industrial Blvd, Fax (727) 942-5620

Wastewater-(727) 942-5616, 201 East Pine St, Fax (727) 942-5624

For after hour emergencies please contact the city’s Emergency Answering Service at (727) 234-4944 Water Quality, Line Breaks, or Water Pressure (727) 937-2557 Wastewater Treatment Plant & Reclaimed Water (727) 942-5616 Water/Wastewater Connection and Fees (727) 942-5608 Utility Billing, Account Information (727) 942-5609 RECLAIMED WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES EFFECTIVE August 4 2016 View a Video of the Grand Opening of the Tarpon Springs Reverse Osmosis Water Facility on You Tube. Helpful Information on Reducing Potential Exposure to Lead in Drinking Water Water Disinfection Conversion Notice Pinellas County Utilities, the City of Tarpon Springs' backup water supplier, will be conducting a routine temporary conversion from chloramine to chlorine disinfection starting May 31, 2016.  This  maintenance measure is designed to maintain system integrity and water quality.  For consistency, the City of Tarpon Springs will be operating our water system in a similar way during this maintenance event and therefore will also be converting to chlorine disinfection. Many utilities using chloramine disinfection find it helpful to switch periodically to a free chlorine treatment program to help maintain system integrity.    Water customers may experience a slight difference in taste and/or smell in the water during this change in treatment. These are normal occurrences and carry no negative health effects for the general population.   Local distribution systems will be flushed to clear the chloramine water as chlorinated water is introduced to the system. During this process, customers may see a temporary variation in color as well as possible sediment in the water. These effects are most probable during the first few days of the conversion, tapering off as  the system is converted.  Running water at the tap for one to two minutes should remedy this temporary occurrence.   Please contact the Tarpon Springs Water Division at (727) 937-2557 with any water quality concerns.  
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City of Tarpon Springs
Copyright © 2015 City of Tarpon Springs. All rights registered

Water and Wastewater

Utilities

Contact Information:

Water-(727) 937-2557, 1624 L&R

Industrial Blvd, Fax (727) 942-5620

Wastewater-(727) 942-5616, 201

East Pine St, Fax (727) 942-5624

For after hour emergencies please contact the city’s Emergency Answering Service at (727) 234- 4944 Water Quality, Line Breaks, or Water Pressure (727) 937-2557 Wastewater Treatment Plant & Reclaimed Water (727) 942-5616 Water/Wastewater Connection and Fees (727) 942-5608 Utility Billing, Account Information (727) 942- 5609 RECLAIMED WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES EFFECTIVE August 4 2016 View a Video of the Grand Opening of the Tarpon Springs Reverse Osmosis Water Facility on You Tube. Helpful Information on Reducing Potential Exposure to Lead in Drinking Water Water Disinfection Conversion Notice Pinellas County Utilities, the City of Tarpon Springs' backup water supplier, will be conducting a routine temporary conversion from chloramine to chlorine disinfection starting May 31, 2016.  This  maintenance measure is designed to maintain system integrity and water quality.  For consistency, the City of Tarpon Springs will be operating our water system in a similar way during this maintenance event and therefore will also be converting to chlorine disinfection. Many utilities using chloramine disinfection find it helpful to switch periodically to a free chlorine treatment program to help maintain system integrity.    Water customers may experience a slight difference in taste and/or smell in the water during this change in treatment. These are normal occurrences and carry no negative health effects for the general population.   Local distribution systems will be flushed to clear the chloramine water as chlorinated water is introduced to the system. During this process, customers may see a temporary variation in color as well as possible sediment in the water. These effects are most probable during the first few days of the conversion, tapering off as  the system is converted.  Running water at the tap for one to two minutes should remedy this temporary occurrence.   Please contact the Tarpon Springs Water Division at (727) 937-2557 with any water quality concerns.  
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