The splash pad will be closed today 7/17 for repairs, it is expected to reopen at 10:00am tomorrow for regular operation.
The City of Titusville, Florida / Water Resources / NewsWATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENTWATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
Field Operations dispatched a vacuum tanker crew to provide emergency incident support for a medical facility's private sewer system blockage and overflow. The City was able to contain the overflow impact area to a parking lot, clear the blockage and disinfect the impact area. Field Operations also assisted the customer with DEP spill reporting compliance.
While private customers are responsible for their own system maintenance and spill response, the City decided to engage in this incident to protect public health and avoid adverse impact to the Indian River Lagoon. This response is fitting lead-in to Water Resources Department new "Stop the Spills" campaign to help protect the Indian River Lagoon from pollution impacts.
Field Ops vacuum tanker truck
Field Ops vacuum tanker crew servicing a City lift station
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