Water Resources

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24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

We provide our consumers with
premium drinking water
& reliable wastewater services

Our staff of water and wastewater professionals include engineers, laboratory technicians, licensed operators, field technicians, mechanics, maintenance workers, electricians, administrative professionals, equipment operators and more, all working for you.

Managing Today’s Resources to Meet Tomorrow’s Challenges

Wewrtitle are dedicated to providing our water consumers with high quality drinking water and reliable wastewater services. Water Resources is the department that provides your utility product and the infrastructure necessary for its use: drinking water service and treatment, reclaimed water service, and waste water treatment. We do not provide billing services.

Water Resources is organized into seven divisions. Each division provides a specialized skill set to meet your water and wastewater needs. These divisions include: Administration (along with Water Conservation), Electronic Services, Laboratory Services, Utility Engineering, Water Production, Water Reclamation, and Water & Sewer Field Operations. Each of these divisions work together to meet your drinking water, wastewater, and reclaimed water needs.

View our 2021 Water Resources Department Highlights video to learn more about us.

Learn About Your Drinking Water

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Water Sources

  • Groundwater from the Surficial and Floridan Aquifers
  • City of Cocoa (less than 10% of our water is purchased)
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Drinking Water Utility System

  • 1 water treatment plant
  • 3 wellfields
  • 363 miles of water mains
  • 2,200 fire hydrants
  • Over 22,000 meters
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Water Treatment

  1. Coagulation - Occurs in clarifiers
  2. Disinfection - Occurs prior to entry into sand filters
  3. Filtration - Occurs as water moves through sand filters
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Millions of Gallons Treated

An average of 4.46 million gallons of water per day treated in 2020