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Posted on: September 7, 2021

Chlorine Maintenance

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Important Drinking Water Notice from Pinellas County Utilities 

Pinellas County Utilities will conduct routine system maintenance to  optimize water quality from Sunday, September 26 through Saturday, October 16. The water treatment method will temporarily change from  chloramine to chlorine disinfectionthroughout the program.  

The water is perfectly safe to drink during this period, though you may  notice a slight difference in the taste or odor of the water.  

Users of kidney dialysis machines and owners of aquatic life should not  be impacted, but they should contact their respective service providers for  more information. 

Visit the Water System Maintenance Program page for answers to  frequently asked questions or call Customer Servicesat (727) 464-4000.

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