Memorial Day Week Trash Schedule:
Monday's (May 27) collection of garbage and yard trash will be on Tuesday (May 28), and Tuesday’s collection will be on Wednesday (May 29). There will be no other changes for the week.
Water Emergencies after 5 p.m. (321) 383-5657
2836 Garden Street
Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: (321) 567-3855
Fax: (321) 383-5653
Contact: Water Resources Administration
Hours: Monday - Friday; 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The City of Titusville, Florida / Water Resources / Consumer Confidence Reports - Water Quality ReportsConsumer Confidence Reports - Water Quality Reports
Each year, the City of Titusville Water Resources Department produces an annual drinking water quality report (also known as a consumer confidence report or CCR). The purpose of the report is to inform our drinking water consumers about the quality of water we provided to them during the previous calendar year.
Hard copies of the CCR are available upon request and can be mailed if requested. Please contact the Conservation Office at (321) 567-3865. Copies are also available in the lobby of the Mourning Dove Water Treatment Facility at 2836 Garden Street, Titusville, Florida. Links to the current CCR in both pdf format and htm format are located at the bottom of this page. As required by state regulations, the City of Titusville also posts its annual drinking water report, The Water We Drink,
directly at the URL, www.titusville.com/ccr.
For questions on water quality or any other questions regarding the report, please contact the Water Production Superintendent at (321) 567-3877.
Throughout the City of Titusville's water quality report you will see references to the City of Cocoa because Titusville purchases treated water from Cocoa. In 2017, less than 10 percent of the drinking water distributed by Titusville was purchased from Cocoa. Thus, the results of Cocoa's water quality testing are not included in Titusville's report. To view a current edition of Cocoa's report click here.
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