Water Utilities is currently offering Complimentary Conservation Kits to our customers. To see if you qualify check out our Conservation page for details. Supplies are limited so don't delay!
Water Utilities is currently offering rebates to our customers that replace old high flow toilets using 3.5 gallons per flush or more with new 1.28 gallons per flush WaterSense® toilets. To see if you qualify check out our Conservation page for details. Funding is limited so don't delay.
Over the next five years (starting in December 2017), Water Utilities will be installing Smart Water meters. To learn more about our Water Smart Grid project, Click Here.
Lakeland Water Utilities is responsible for providing potable water and wastewater reclamation to residential, commercial and industrial customers. We are proud to serve the greater Lakeland area and we welcome any questions or comments concerning our services!
Our Water service territory covers about 132 square miles of the greater Lakeland area. The Wastewater Service territory covers about 149 square miles.
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Lakeland's municipal water supply has always come from our own wells. The City's water system has been continually improved since the first well was drilled in 1905. As part of a major system upgrade, the Williams Water Plant went into continuous operation in April of 1983. Thirteen wells drilled 750 feet (on average) into the Floridan aquifer provide the raw (untreated) water to the 51 million gallon per day capacity split-treatment plant.
Ricky Jaynes - Chief Operator
Built in 2005 the C. Wayne Combee Plant has a treatment capacity of 8 Million Gallons Per Day. There are six wells that can withdraw water from the Floridan Aquifer and deliver it to the plant.
Eric Campbell - Chief Operator