Recent News

Customer Water Usage Portal Now Available

We are excited to announce Pace Water members now have access to their water usage through the Dropcountr app.  Dropcountr is a free tool that allows you to track your water usage, access...

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Winter Quarter Sewer Averaging

Residential customer’s monthly sewer charges are based upon the average number of gallons of water used during the winter months.  The monthly sewer usage is averaged every year during this time...

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Fire Hydrant Testing

Pace Fire Rescue District will be conducting fire hydrant testing in the following areas. Watkins St., Overlook, Highland Blvd., Williams Rd., and other side streets in this area. Contact Pace...

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2022 Annual Meeting and Election Results

The 2022 Pace Water System and Pace Property Finance Authority Annual Meeting will be held on February 24, 2022, at 6 p.m. at the office on Woodbine Road.  The results of the 2022 board election...

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Update phone number

Customers please verify we have an updated number on your account. 

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Reuse Water Information

http://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/extension/2017/06/20/reclaimed-water-frequently-asked-questions/ 

Attached is a Water Reuse Flyer that explains the benefits and allowable uses of reclaimed water.

The...

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DEP Launches One Water Florida Campaign

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Best Tasting Drinking Water 2021 FSAWWA

Pace Water System won the "Best Tasting Drinking Water" for Region IX of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association for 2021.  Congratulations to all of our employees for this...

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2021 Annual Meeting of Members

The 2021 Annual meeting of members will be on February 25th, at 6:00 p.m.  All members are invited to attend the meeting.  

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2021 Board Of Directors

The qualification period for the Board of Directors ended.  The candidates running were elected without opposition. In District 1, Trevor Hadder is the candidate elect. In District 2, Charles...

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2021 Rate Increase

We would like to inform our members that effective January 1, 2021, the price of taps and consumption rates will increase.  This increase is due to higher production and supply costs, the need to...

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Water Company of America

PWS has contracted with Water Company of America (WCA) to evaluate the accuracy of billed water and sewer usage.  If you see anyone around your water meter their uniforms and vehicles should be...

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A Friendly Reminder to Our Customers

During storm cleanup, please do not place any limbs or debris on top of your water meter. If you do so and damage is caused to the meter, the customer will be charged. If you have any questions or...

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Delinquent Account Turnoffs Resuming

In June Pace Water System (PWS) will resume normal operations of turning off accounts that are delinquent in paying their bills.  PWS has postponed turning off delinquent accounts during the...

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Reclaim Water Irrigation Schedule Recommendation

As the hot and dry weather continues, it is up to the members to make adjustments to their irrigation systems and efficiently irrigate their yards.  Currently, the best times to irrigate your yard...

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Meter Change Outs Continuing

The meter changeout program is continuing and should be completed by the end of the year.  The new meters allow us to receive daily usage reports including hourly logs which may help alert PWS and...

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Provide Access to Your Meter

Please be aware of the area around your meter.  This area should be clear of bushes, ground cover, overgrown landscaping, and construction debris.  It is the member's responsibility to provide...

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ReUse Water Policies

Per customer request the ReUse (Reclaim) Water Policies have been uploaded to the website under Rates and Policies.

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Flushed but not Forgotten

Flushed but not Forgotten

If you're flushing wipes down the toilet, think again. Not only are wipes 'public enemy No. 1' at the wastewater plant, but they and other non-flushable items also...

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Flushable Wipes and Other Non-Dispersible Products

A lot of the advertised "flushable" wipes and other products do not break down like toilet paper and can result in stopped up lines in your home and/or in the sewer system.  For further...

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