UPDATE: Palm Bay Utilities Lifts Water Conservation Request Following Hurricane Irma

By  //  September 19, 2017

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system restored back to normal operations

The City of Palm Bay Utilities Department has lifted the request to have customers limit their impact on the City’s sewer system by conserving water through limited bathing, toilet flushing and dish washing.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The City of Palm Bay Utilities Department has lifted the request to have customers limit their impact on the City’s sewer system by conserving water through limited bathing, toilet flushing and dish washing.

Following Hurricane Irma, the precautionary measure was implemented to prevent sewage backups and excess wastewater entering the Utilities’ collection system.

“Because our customers were so cooperative with the City’s request, Palm Bay Utilities staff has been able to restore the system back to normal operations,” City of aPalm Bay officials said in a release.

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