Reclaimed water project in South County
Construction project on Pass-A-Grille Way will temporarily interrupt reclaimed water service to portion of St. Pete Beach, Pass-A-Grille and Tierra Verde
- Reclaimed water main replacement project is scheduled to resume on Monday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 a.m. and be completed by 5 p.m.
- Customers in portion of St. Pete Beach and all customers in Pass-A-Grille and Tierra Verde will be affected during daytime hours
- Project scheduled during normal non-watering day according to South County restrictions
Pinellas County Utilities is scheduling a shutdown of the reclaimed water supply line on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. to customers in St. Pete Beach, Pass-A-Grille and Tierra Verde to continue the replacement of a 16-inch reclaimed water supply line. The project is located at 31st Avenue and Pass-A-Grille Way, in St. Pete Beach.
Customers in the area are being notified of the interruption in service via message boards in the area. Direct notification using email was made to homeowners in Tierra Verde.
The continuation of the project was scheduled for Feb. 20, because the South County reclaimed watering schedule does not allow for unincorporated Pinellas County residents to use reclaimed water on Mondays.
The project will improve reclaimed water service to customers in the area and underscores Pinellas County Utilities’ commitment to delivering first class services to the public and our customers by exceeding customer expectations and ensuring effective and efficient delivery of county services and support.
For more information about Pinellas County Utilities, visit www.pinellascounty.org/utilities