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Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Salt Grass Drive

Current Status: Alert Active
Friday, August 29, 2014
09:14 pm CDT

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Salt Grass Drive

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 28, 2014 at 8745 Salt Grass Drive, after a contractor broke a 2-inch air release valve (ARV).

The overflow was estimated at 15,300 gallons, with 13,500 gallons recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the Bayou Marcus Reclamation Facility for proper disposal. The contractor replaced the damaged valve and the affected area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns, per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Atwater Street & Bradford Drive...CLICK FOR DETAILS

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
08:40 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 25, 2014 at Atwater Street and Bradford Drive, as a result of a blockage in the sewer line caused by grease and rags in the sewer main. 


The overflow was estimated at 1,125 gallons. The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 1601 34th Street

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, August 25, 2014
01:44 pm CDT

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 1601 34th Street

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 24, 2014 at 1601 34th Street, as a result of a contractor's equipment failure on primary and secondary bypass pumps during sewer main repair.   

The overflow was estimated at 300 gallons, with 50 gallons recovered by vacuum truck and taken to the Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal. The contractor and pump distributor replaced the faulty equipment and the affected area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns, per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 24, 2014 at 1601 34th Street, as a result of a contractor's equipment failure on primary and secondary bypass pumps during sewer main repair.   

The overflow was estimated at 300 gallons, with 50 gallons recovered by vacuum truck and taken to the Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal. The contractor and pump distributor replaced the faulty equipment and the affected area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns, per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: W. Nine Mile Road

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, August 25, 2014
10:27 am CDT

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: W. Nine Mile Road

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 22, 2014 at 4810 W. Nine Mile Road (Navy Federal Credit Union), as a result of the accidental rupture of an 6-inch force main by a contractor during construction activity.   

The overflow was estimated at 30,500 gallons, with 30,306 gallons recovered by vacuum truck and taken to the Bayou Marcus Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal. The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns, per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Bristol Park Rd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, August 21, 2014
08:53 pm CDT

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Bristol Park Road

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 21, 2014 at 10050 Bristol Park Road, as a result of the accidental rupture of an 8-inch force main by a contractor.   

The overflow was estimated at 1,500 gallons, with 25 gallons recovered by vacuum truck. The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil water Notice: Milford Road ...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
10:25 pm CDT

Precautionary Boil Water Notice

Effective immediately, a Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA water customers located on the following areas following a break in a 3-inch water main:

 

  • Milford Road
  • Jansen Road 
  • Donley Street 

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance. Precautionary boil water notice guidelines are available on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.                                      
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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Gulf Beach Highway, Longwood Drive, Longwood Court, and Sage Avenue...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
11:15 am CDT

A precautionary boil water notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA customers residing on Gulf Beach Highway (Address range 11904 to 12156). The notice also includes customers residing on Longwood Drive, Longwood Court and Sage Avenue. 

ECUA crews repaired a 12” water main leak due to pipe fatigue.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  PBWN’s are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Vixen Place ...CLICK FOR DETAILS

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Saturday, August 9, 2014
11:05 am CDT

A precautionary boil water notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA customers residing in the 10,000 block of Vixen Place after repairs to a water main were completed.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  PBWN’s are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Highway 297A...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Friday, August 8, 2014
08:40 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on August 5, 2014 at 1421 Highway 297A, as a result of a blockage in the sewer line caused by grease and rags in the sewer main. 


The overflow was estimated at 1,200 gallons. The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.


For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Piedmont Road...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Saturday, August 2, 2014
12:30 pm CDT

Effective immediately, a Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA water customers located on the following areas after a contractor working in the area ruptured a marked water main.  The affected area includes:

• Copley Drive
•  Peyton Drive
•  Morningside Drive, between Hallmark Drive and Piedmont Road
• Beacon Road, between Morningside Drive and Copley Drive

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.
ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance. Precautionary boil water notice guidelines are available on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.                                     

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

NOTIFICATION OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW: Lift Station #62

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, July 28, 2014
04:24 pm CDT

NOTIFICATION OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on July 28, at Creighton Road & Scenic Hwy. (LS #62), as a result of a power surge/power failure.   ECUA crews immediately responded and restored power to the lift station.   The overflow is estimated at 800 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW...UNTREINER & BROAD STREET

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, July 3, 2014
05:20 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on July 2, as an independent contractor hit an ECUA Force Main near Untreiner Street and Broad Street while installing cable.   ECUA crews halted the spill and contained the discharge. The overflow is estimated at 100 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: N Hayne Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, June 30, 2014
10:30 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on June 27, at a manhole near N. Hayne Street and E. Lloyd Street, as a result of a grease blockage, which was located at N. Tarragona and E. Brainerd Street.   ECUA crews immediately halted the spill and cleared the blockage.   The overflow is estimated at 200 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Bixby Circle...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, June 30, 2014
10:28 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on June 29, at a manhole near 4574 Bixby Circle, as a result of a blockage from grease and rags.   ECUA crews immediately halted the spill and cleared the blockage.   The overflow is estimated at 18,700 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Edith Lane...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
01:59 pm CDT

Effective immediately, a Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA water customers located on Edith Lane in the Madison Place subdivision, following repairs to a 4-inch water main.  Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.


Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.


ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.     

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Li Fair Area...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
09:24 am CDT

Effective immediately, a Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA water customers located at the following locations:

• Li Fair Dr., from Chanterelle Dr. west to the end of the road
• Li Fair Ct.,
• Chanterelle Dr.
• Chanterelle CT.
• Belle Chase Dr.
• Belle Chase Way.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.
ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.              

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: N Pace Blvd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, June 9, 2014
03:34 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on June 9, at 3615 N. Pace Blvd., the result of a blockage caused by accumulated dirt.

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 800 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, May 29, 2014
05:23 pm CDT

NOTIFICATION OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW

 A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on May 28, at 2581 Bayou Blvd., as a result of a flood-related break in the 8-inch sewer main.  A 20-foot section of main was replaced and the washed out area that supported the main was rebuilt.  The overflow was estimated at 300 gallons, which were contained onsite, then pumped directly into a manhole for re-entry into the sewer collection system.

The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns per State protocol. The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Catalina Trailer Park...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Friday, May 16, 2014
06:06 am CDT

Precautionary Boil Water Notice

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets in the Catalina Trailer Park after repairs to a water main were completed:  

-  Erin Drive
-  Bass Lake Street
-  Bridge City Drive
-  Domitilla Street, from Bass Lake Street to Albritt Street.

 

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Chemstrand Road...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
09:00 pm CDT

Update:  Lifted on May 17, 11:00 a.m.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs to a water main, damaged by crews working on a nearby storm water drainage pipe: 

  • Chemstrand Road, from Twin Bay Drive, south to Limerick Lane
  • Arnett Street
  • Chadson Street
  • Boyette Street

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the broken main, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, May 12, 2014
03:01 pm CDT

A precautionary boil water notice is in effect for all the areas listed below, following repairs to a water main, damaged this afternoon by a contractor course of nearby road repair work:


• Beland Road
• Bellington Road
• Arcadia Road
• Kokomo Road
• Chemstrand Road, between Camden Road and Ensley Street
• Topeka Road
• Kaylyn Road
• Lost Oak Drive
• Barker Street
• Vine Street
• Sabrina Drive


Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.
Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Lillian Hwy...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Sunday, May 11, 2014
11:15 am CDT

A precautionary boil water notice is in effect for all the areas listed below, following repairs to a water main, damaged this morning in the course of nearby road repair work: 

  • Lillian Hwy., west of Bauer Road
  • Joaquin Road
  • Juan Road
  • Bronson Road
  • Bronson Field Naval Recreation Center,
  • Trout Road
  • Hartung Avenue
  • Joceline Road
  • Tracy Road
  • Ogden Road
  • Rosirito Place
  • Cordova Road
  • Moss Drive
  • Sandy Beach Drive
  • Perdido Manor Drive
  • Paradise Lane
  • Paradise Beach Place
  • Paradise Beach Circle 

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: E. Burgess Rd. and Area...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Saturday, May 10, 2014
10:26 am CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for E. Burgess Rd., between Chapel St. and Sanders Ave., including Mona Lane and Mathis Court.  A vehicle accident involving a fire hydrant in the area caused a loss of pressure in this portion of the system.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

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For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflows Due To Flood Event:...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
04:17 pm CDT

NOTIFICATION OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS DUE TO FLOOD EVENT


Several sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) occurred recently as a result of the surcharge of stormwater (from storm drains, retention ponds, curb inlets and overloaded surface drainage) that entered the ECUA sewer collection system.    Per State protocol, all overflow areas were cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified immediately in each case.   Where applicable, the Escambia County Health Department issued a Health Alert for any affected waterway.   The overflows were at the following locations:


4/30/14 A manhole at 73rd Ave. & Clydesdale Drive, surcharge of stormwater; 1800 gals.   

4/30/14 A manhole at 1911 E. La Rua St., surcharge of stormwater; 2,000 gallons.  

4/30/14 A manhole at 322 E. Sunset Ave., surcharge of stormwater, 12,000 gallons

4/30/14 A manhole at 690 S. Old Corry Rd., surcharge of stormwater; 42,000 gallons

4/30/14 A manhole at 210 Cevallos Street (Lift Station #2), overload of stormwater, 2,000 gallons. 

4/30/14 At 7408 Chimney Pines. (Lift Station #285), sewer force main overloaded by stormwater; damaged electrical panel, 500 gallons.

4/30/14 A manhole at 2980 S. Blue Angel Pkwy. (Lift Station. #379), overload of stormwater; (2,500 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and taken to the Bayou Marcus Water Reclamation Facility for treatment.)

4/30/14 At 5098 Pine Hollow Drive (Lift Station. #194), overload of stormwater; 1,000 gallons.

4/30/14 A manhole at 6103 East Shore Drive (Lift Station. #36), overload of stormwater into LS; 500 gallons.             

4/30/14 At 731 Frances Drive (Lift Station. #150), overload of stormwater into LS; 10,000 gallons

4/30/14 At 198 Patton Drive (Lift Station. #120), overload of stormwater from Jones Swamp into LS; 2,500 gallons.             

4/30/14 At 7415 Sandy Creek Drive (Lift Station. #111), overload of stormwater from Jones Swamp into LS; 2,700 gallons

4/30/14 A manhole at 5086 Mobile Hwy. (Lift Station. #107), overload of stormwater from creek into LS; 5,000 gallons

4/30/14 At 7505 Hwy. 98 (Lift Station. #109), overload of stormwater from Jones Swamp into LS; 2,500 gallons

4/30/14 At 9952 Bristol Park Road (Lift Station. #99), overload of stormwater from 11-Mile Creek into LS; 4,000 gallons 

4/30/14 At 119 Sheppard Street (Lift Station. #140), overload of stormwater from 11-Mile Creek into LS; 45,000 gallons.             

4/30/14 At 360 Well Line Road (Lift Station. #143), overload of stormwater from 11-Mile Creek into LS; 4,000 gallons

4/30/14 At 2719 Ashbury Lane (Lift Station. #189), overload of stormwater from 11-Mile Creek into LS; 25,000 gallons

4/30/14 At 49 Taylor Road/NASP (Lift Station. #377), overload of stormwater LS; 300,000 gallons

4/30/14 At 16125 Innerarity Point Road (Lift Station. #380), overload of stormwater from private system and community into LS; 50,000 gallons 

5/1/14  A manhole 7850 Heirloom Drive (Lift Station #278), Power failure, 250 gallons.

5/1/14  A manhole at 2239 Detroit Blvd. (Lift Station #50), sewer force main overloaded by stormwater, 500 gallons.

5/2/14  A manhole at 690 S. Old Corry Rd. (Lift Station. #372), overload of stormwater; 2,000 gallons.  

5/2/14  A manhole at 9000 Heritage Oaks Blvd. (Lift Station. #311), Power failure; 1,000 gallons.

5/2/14  A manhole at 701 Zarragossa St. (Lift Station. #295), overload of stormwater, 500 gallons.             

5/2/14  A manhole at 10th Ave. & Gregory St., grease blockage, 30 gals. (20 gals. recovered)              

5/2/14  A manhole at Zarragossa St. & Deviliers St., surcharge of stormwater, 108,000 gals. 

5/3/14 2655 Bayou Blvd., broken sewer main from surcharge of stormwater, 108,000 gals.

5/5/14 751 Brookmeadow Lane, broken sewer force main from surcharge of stormwater, 1,100 gals. (4,800 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and taken to a treatment plant for disposal.)

5/5/14 4501 E. Johnson Ave., holding pond overflow washed out sewer main, 1,000 gals.                                      

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice CORDOVA PARK...CLICK FOR DETAILS...

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Saturday, May 3, 2014
09:14 pm CDT

NOTE: Cordova Park Elementary School is NOT included in this Precautionary Boil Water Notice.

 

A Precationary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for Cordova Park residents on the following streets;  Hallmark Dr. from Hightower Rd. to Tronjo Rd., Piedmont Rd. from Galt Rd. to Tronjo Rd., Aiken Rd. from Semur Rd. to Tronjo Rd., McClellan Rd. from Semur Rd. to Tronjo Rd., Drake Rd. from Bayou Blvd. to Piedmont Rd. and Westfield Rd. from Semur Rd. to Hallmark Dr.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.         

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Saturday, May 3, 2014
01:25 pm CDT

May 3: 10:08 a.m.  UPDATE:

The Precautionary Notice is lifted for the group of streets listed immediately below.

  • Calvin Street between Rhonda Street and Orby Street - 
  • Orby Street, from Calvin Street west to the dead end of Orby
  • Nowlin Street
  • Daniel Street
  • Rufus Street
  • Rhonda Street, between Calvin Street and Rufus Street

UPDATE: 5:15pm May 3    The Precautionary Notice is lifted for the group of streets listed immediately below.

  • Lillian Hwy., west of Bauer Road
  • Joaquin Road
  • Juan Road
  • Bronson Road
  • Bronson Field Naval Recreation Center,
  • Trout Road
  • Hartung Avenue
  • Joceline Road
  • Tracy Road
  • Ogden Road
  • Rosirito Place
  • Cordova Road
  • Moss Drive
  • Sandy Beach Drive
  • Perdido Manor Drive
  • Paradise Ln,
  • Paradise Beach Place
  • Paradise Beach Circle. 

 

April 30:  Precautionary Boil Water Notice

A precautionary boil water notice is in effect for all the areas listed below, following repairs to water mains throughout the ECUA service area: 

  • Calvin Street between Rhonda Street and Orby Street - 
  • Orby Street, from Calvin Street west to the dead end of Orby
  • Nowlin Street
  • Daniel Street
  • Rufus Street
  • Rhonda Street, between Calvin Street and Rufus Street
     
  • Lillian Hwy., west of Bauer Road
  • Joaquin Road
  • Juan Road
  • Bronson Road
  • Bronson Field Naval Recreation Center,
  • Trout Road
  • Hartung Avenue
  • Joceline Road
  • Tracy Road
  • Ogden Road
  • Rosirito Place
  • Cordova Road
  • Moss Drive
  • Sandy Beach Drive
  • Perdido Manor Drive
  • Paradise Ln,
  • Paradise Beach Place
  • Paradise Beach Circle. 

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 8 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples will be initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the breaks, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.         

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Friday, May 2, 2014
05:47 pm CDT

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: May 1
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on May 1, at a manhole located at 53 Via de Luna, as a result of the surcharge of stormwater.    The overflow was estimated at 72,000 gallons.  The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent per State protocols that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

 

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflows: April 30
Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) occurred on Friday, April 30, at 1997 W. Detroit Blvd. as a result of a broken sewer main in a washed out, flooded roadway. The overflow is estimated at 600 gallons. 14,400 gallons were captured by vacuum truck (6 loads) and transported to the Central Water Reclamation Facility for treatment and disposal

Per State protocol, the overflow area was cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Mandatory Boil Water Notice Area Revised, Narrowed...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
02:05 pm CDT

Update:  May 2, 3:20 p.m.  Mandatory Boil Water Notice Lifted

MANDATORY BOIL WATER NOTICE FOR EAST PENSACOLA AREA LIFTED 

Effective immediately, the precautionary boil water notice issued for ECUA customers located on the following area has been lifted:

 

  • North Boundary:   Interstate 10
  • West Boundary:   Tippin/12th Avenue
  • East and Southern Boundaries: Escambia and Pensacola Bays  


Two independent sets of bacteriological samples were reported as clear, lifting the notice that was issued on Wednesday, April 30. 


 

April 30: Mandatory Boil Water Notice Area Revised, Narrowed

The scope of the previous issued Mandatory Boil Water Notice (MBWN) has been revised and narrowed
to a smaller, more defined area.  Effective Immediately, the MBWN applies to the following ONLY.

  • North Boundary:  Interstate 10
  • West Boundary: Tippin/12th Ave.
  • East and South Boundary: Escambia & Pensacola Bays

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented
household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible.  
This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol
following loss of water pressure, whether as a  result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

Once repairs are complete, ECUA crews will flush out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility
of discolored water and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  
If problems presist, customers are asked to contact ECUA customer service at 850-476-0480 for
assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

Boil Water Area Map

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Mandatory Boil Water Notice for Specified Area...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
11:14 am CDT

Please see the above revision.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Lavelle Way...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, April 28, 2014
12:50 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on April 28, at a manhole located at 8010 Lavelle Way, as a result of a blockage in the main.    The overflow was estimated at 300 gallons (300 gallons were also recovered and taken to the Bayou Marcus Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal).  Additionally, ECUA crews on site were able to divert 2,400 gallons directly to a vacuum truck for disposal and treatment at the same reclamation facility.   The overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns per State protocol.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice Lifted...CLICK FOR DETAILS

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, April 24, 2014
08:00 pm CDT

UPDATE:  All bacteriological sampling results are clear.  The precautionary notice is lifted. 4/27/14, 8:30 a.m.

 

A Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs were made to a 16"  ECUA water main. The affected area:

  • North Palafox Street between East Jordan Street and East Lloyd Street
  • North Hayne Street between East Jordan Street and East Lloyd Street
  • East Avery Street between North Palafox Street to North Hayne Street
  • North Guillemard Street between East Avery Street and East Lloyd Street
  • East Mallory Street between North Palafox Street and North Hayne Street
  • East Moreno Street between North Palafox Street and North Hayne Street
  • East Blount Street between North Palafox Street and North Hayne Street
  • East Lee Street between North Palafox Street and North Hayne Street
  • East Lloyd Street between North Palafox Street and North Hayne Street

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking or cooking.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  PBWN's are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice in Effect for Cordova Park...CLICK FOR DETAILS

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
08:26 pm CDT

A Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs were made to an ECUA water main. The affected area:

  • Tanglewood Drive (address range 690-885) between Fox Road North to Dunwoody Drive
  • Dean Road (address range 220-283) between Bayou Blvd west to Dunwoody Drive
  • Dunwoody Drive (address range 4010-4100) between Dean Road north to North 12th Avenue 

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking or cooking.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  PBWN's are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Shoshone Drive and Area...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
05:14 am CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs to a water main were effected: 

  • Shoshone Drive, between Concho Drive north to Choctaw Avenue
  • Choctaw Ave, between Shoshone Drive east to Omaha Drive
  • Pamlico Circle
  • Concho Drive  
  • Chinook Ave
  • Omaha Dr. 

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitary Sewer Overflows:...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, April 21, 2014
01:29 pm CDT

Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) occurred on Friday, April 18, as a result of extremely heavy rains and inflow from the Escambia County stormwater system. In four of the five cases, considerable amounts of flow were recovered or diverted by vacuum trucks and taken to the closest water reclamation facility for treatment and disposal.  The overflows occurred at the following locations:

  • A manhole at 322 E. Sunset Avenue. The overflow is estimated at 20,250 gallons, with 12,000 gallons recovered by vacuum truck (5 loads).
  • A lamphole* at the 1400 block of East Mallory Street. The overflow is estimated at 2,625 gallons, with 7,200 gallons diverted by vacuum truck (3 loads).
  • A manhole at Lillian Hwy. and 46th Avenue. The overflow is estimated at 59,000 gallons, with 26,400 gallons recovered by vacuum truck (11 loads).
  • A manhole north of 5820 Muldoon Road. The overflow is estimated at 30,000 gallons, with 26,400 gallons recovered by vacuum truck (11 loads).
  • A manhole at 2900 Breckenridge Drive. The overflow is estimated at 42,750 gallons.

 

Per State protocol, the overflow areas were cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

 

* a lamphole is a small manhole-type opening at the beginning point of a gravity sewer main.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: N 46th Ave...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
03:12 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred today at a manhole located at N. 46th Avenue and Lillian Hwy., as a result of a surcharge of stormwater into the ECUA sewer system.    Crews pumped out the excess flow to return system levels to normal.   The overflow is estimated at  gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Natalie's Way...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
04:52 am CDT

UPDATE:  Bacteriological sampling results are clear and the precautionary notice has been lifted.  4/17/14 2:00 p.m.

 

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs to a water main were effected:

  • Natalie's Way, north of Burr Oak Drive
  • Flintstone Drive
  • Avalon Street
  • Bentley Oaks Drive
  • Granite Lane
  • Badger Circle

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Menendez Drive & Area...Click Here for Details

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Saturday, April 12, 2014
05:19 pm CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs to a water main were effected:

  • Menendez Road, between Stow Avenue and E. 34 St.
  • Gamarra Road
  • Severin Drive
  • Ochuse Drive
  • Stow Avenue
  • Dunford Place

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, April 7, 2014
03:05 pm CDT

Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) occurred at the following locations:


• At 4585 ½ Baybrook Drive on April 4, following a sewer main break.   ECUA crews established a bypass line, diverting the flow into a manhole.  The overflow from the 4” main is estimated at 1,300 gallons. 


• At Tanglewood D. and El Cerrito Place on April 5, the result of a root blockage in the service line to a vacant lot.  ECUA crews located the blockage using a camera and removed the root ball.  The overflow is estimated at 75 gallons, with 10 gallons recovered for disposal and treatment at the ECUA Central Water Reclamation Facility.

Per State protocol, the overflow areas were then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: W. Detroit Blvd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, March 31, 2014
04:22 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on March 30, 2014, at 2390 W. Detroit Blvd., as a result of a tree root blockage in the sewer main. 

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 945 gallons.  The discharge was vacuumed up, and per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Saturday, March 29, 2014
12:14 pm CDT

Two Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) occurred on March 28, as a result of heavy rains and inflow from the Escambia County stormwater system.  These occurred at Lift Station 150 (731 Francis Drive) and Lift Station 143 (360 Well Line Road).   The overflows are estimated at 6,300 gallons (of which 2,500 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA's Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper treatment and disposal) and 800 gallons, respectively. Per State protocol, the overflow areas were cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: B Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, March 27, 2014
01:04 pm CDT

Effective immediately, a Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA water customers located on “B” Street, between Tarragona and Gimble Streets, following a break in the main by a contractor working in the area.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Bacteriological sampling is underway and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  ECUA crews have repaired the main, and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.  

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: E. Kingsfield Rd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
10:36 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on March 24, at 505 E. Kingsfield Road, as a result of a blockage in an Air Release Valve (ARV) caused by debris. The 4-inch ARV is designed to release air trapped in the high points of a pressurized sewer main, and the debris impeded the ARV’s normal operation.

ECUA crews immediately halted the spill and cleared the blockage.   The overflow is estimated at 20,086 gallons, of which 4,800 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA’s Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper treatment and disposal.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Chisholm Road...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
03:54 pm CDT

UPDATE:  March 21, 2014 -  Bacteriological sampling results indicate normal levels at the point of entry, upstream, and downstream from the overflow area.  The alert has been cancelled.

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on March 18, at 9300 Chisholm Road, following the malfunction of an Air Release Valve (ARV) during maintenance work. The 4-inch ARV is designed to release air trapped in high points of a pressurized sewer main.

ECUA crews immediately halted the spill and are working to repair the valve.   The overflow is estimated at 21,100 gallons, of which 8,400 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA’s Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper treatment and disposal.  The unrecovered portion entered a storm drain and a creek that crosses Chisholm Trail.  Samples have been taken and conditions will be monitored in accordance with state environmental requirements.

Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: E Johnson Ave & Tippin Ave...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, March 13, 2014
03:53 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on March 12, at the intersection of E. Johnson Avenue and Tippin Avenue, following a sewer main break.


ECUA crews repaired the break, and the overflow is estimated at 11,600 gallons, of which 9,200 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA’s Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal and treatment.


Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 8701 Paul Starr Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
10:39 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on March 11, at 8701 Paul Starr Drive, the result of a main break.

ECUA crews repaired the break, and the overflow is estimated at 2,200 gallons, 1,200 gallons of which were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA’s Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Water Interruption Notice: Perdido Estates Subdivision...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
09:33 am CDT

Water service will be interrupted to approximately 150 ECUA customers, as a 12-inch water main is relocated to accommodate an Escambia County drainage improvement project.  Roads, Inc., the County’s contractor, will begin the main relocation tonight at 10:00 p.m., until approximately 6:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 12, and water service will be interrupted during this time to the customers in the following locations:


• Bauer Road, between Gulf Beach Highway and Vincent Road (including house nos. 5562-5550)
• All of the Perdido Estates Subdivision:   Terra Lake Circle, Horton Drive, Classic Drive, Monterra Drive.


Once service is reconnected, a precautionary boil water notice may be issued to all or a portion of the streets affected by this service interruption.  In that case, a separate release will be issued.  Updates will be posted on the ECUA website as work progresses and information becomes available.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 6425 Pensacola Blvd... Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
09:30 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on March 10, at 6425 Pensacola Blvd., the result of a blockage caused by rags / wipes.

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 200 gallons, 150 gallons of which were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA’s Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Manolete Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, February 27, 2014
11:40 am CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on February 27, at a manhole located at the 4000 block of Manolete Drive due to a blockage in the sewer main.

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and a sewer camera was used to inspect the interior of the main for other potential blockage or debris.  The overflow is estimated at 275 gallons. 

Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Crystal Creek Subdivision: Service restored...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Sunday, February 23, 2014
10:55 am CST

UPDATE:  2:35 pm --  Repairs have been completed under pressure and no precautionary boil water advisory is required.  All service has been restore

 

Customers in the Crystal Creek Subdivision are experiencing low pressure or no water service after a 12-inch water main was rupurted by a lightning strike.  ECUA crews are on site working to repair the main and restore service.

Updates will mbe posted here as work progresses and i nformaiton becomes available.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: S. Fairfield Drive...Details Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Sunday, February 16, 2014
07:31 pm CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers residing on the following streets after repairs to a water main were effected:

  • S. Fairfield Drive (551 and 575 S. Fairfield Dr.), from Villa Drive to W. Hwy. 98
  • Fairfield Lakes Apartments
  • 8000 to 8100 W. Hwy 98.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Clematis Street & Area...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Monday, February 10, 2014
05:10 pm CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations, after repairs to a water main were completed. The affected locations include:

  • Mango Street • Euclid Street • Brookside Drive • Datura Street
  • Iris Street •Clematis Street • Brookside Place • Brookside Court
  • Fern Court

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed the repair work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Langley Avenue...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, February 7, 2014
06:26 am CST

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on February 6, 2014 at a manhole near 1915 Langley Avenue due to a grease blockage in the sewer main. The estimated amount of the overflow is 180 gallons.

ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were immediately notified.

 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 7845 Heirloom Drive...Click for Update...

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, February 6, 2014
11:27 am CST

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on Wednesday, February 5, at 7845 Heirloom Drive. The cause of the overflow was determined to be a broken force main. The estimated amount of the overflow is 500 gallons, of which 300 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA's Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal and treatment.


Per State protocol, the overflow area was cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent.  The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were immediately notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Area of Clematis Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
03:25 pm CST

UPDATE:  2/7/14  11:35 a.m.  All results to bacteriological samples have been returned as clear.  The precautionary notice is lifted.

 

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations, after work to upgrade a water main and perform maintenance on an existing line was completed.  The affected locations include:

• Clematis Street
• Brookside Place
• Brookside Court
• Brookside Drive
• Datura Street
• Euclid Street, between Mango Street and Clematis Street

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed the repair work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: East Shore Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Sunday, February 2, 2014
01:32 pm CST

UPDATE:  Samples taken all returned clear.  Advisory is cancelled.  2/4/14 

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on February 2, 2014 at a manhole located at 5505 East Shore Drive, due a grease blockage in the sewer main. The estimated amount of the overflow is 2,975 gallons.

ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were immediately notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Heirloom Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Sunday, February 2, 2014
07:23 am CST

NOTICE OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW

UPDATE: The cause was a broken main, possibly from the freezing temperatures.  The overflow went directly into a fenced-in retention pond.

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred at 11:55 pm on January 31, 2014 at 7845 Heirloom Drive. The cause of the overflow is currently undetermined and that information will be issued as soon as it is available. The estimated amount of the overflow is 6,100 gallons, of which 5,500 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA's Central Water Reclamation Facility for proper disposal and treatment.

ECUA crews responded and repaired the main. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department, the State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were immediately notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Southbay Drive Area...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Saturday, February 1, 2014
06:39 am CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations due to a broken water main:

  • Southbay Drive
  • Gulf Bay Lane
  • Southwind Circle
  • Southsky Lane
  • Blue Lake Drive
  • Blue Wind Drive
  • Blue Sky Drive.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair work and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Turner's Meadow...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, January 31, 2014
10:22 pm CST

Precautionary Boil Water Notice

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on Turner's Meadow Road and Old Barn Lane due to a broken water main.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the main break, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitary Sewer Overflows...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, January 27, 2014
02:14 pm CST

The following Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) occurred on January 25:

•  At a manhole located at the intersection of E. Bobe Street and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive as a result of a grease blockage in the sewer line.  ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage.  The overflow is estimated at 900 gallons, 500 gallons of which were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to the Central Water reclamation Facility for treatment and disposal. 

• At a manhole located at the intersection of E. Romana Street and S. Florida Blanca as a result of a sand blockage in the sewer line.  ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage.  The overflow is estimated at 4,000 gallons. 

• At 7939 Heirloom Drive, due to a broken service line.  The overflow is estimated at 75 gallons. ECUA crews responded and repaired the line. 

Per State protocol, the overflow areas were then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Menendez Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, January 24, 2014
01:30 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on January 24 at 3636 Menendez Drive as a result of a grease blockage in the sewer main. 

ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage.  The overflow is estimated at 575 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: ECUA Lift Station #3 (Bayou Blvd. & Gadsden St.)

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Thursday, January 16, 2014
11:30 am CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on January 15 at ECUA Lift Station #3 (Bayou Blvd. & Gadsden Street) when a contractor’s by-pass pump failed during a sewer pipe cleaning operation.  Flows were redirected into the sewer collection system with interim equipment until a new pump could be installed by the contractor. 

The overflow is estimated at 700 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: N. Rues St. & W. Garden St....Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Thursday, January 9, 2014
01:44 pm CST

Effective immediately, a Precautionary Boil Water Notice (PBWN) has been issued for ECUA water customers located at the following locations:

• N. Reus Street, between W. Chase Street & W. Garden Street
• W. Garden Street, between N. Reus Street and S. Spring Street
S. Spring Street, between W. Chase Street and W. Romana Street,

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Bacteriological sampling is underway and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  ECUA crews have repaired the main, and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.  

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow:

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
07:10 pm CST

NOTICE OF SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on January 7, 2013 at the location of an ECUA Air Release Valve (ARV) located near 5646 Bauer Road, likely a result of the freezing temperatures. The estimated amount of overflow is 180 gallons.

ECUA crews responded and replaced the damaged ARV. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Mier Henry Rd....Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
01:12 am CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations, after a fire hydrant was hit by a car:

  • Mier Henry Road, between 72nd Avenue and Campbellton Lane
  • 72nd Avenue, between Mier Henry and Penton Street

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the dislodged hydrant, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Fairfield Dr....Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, January 3, 2014
03:43 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on January 3, on the south side of Fairfield Drive, approximately 250 feet east of 69th Avenue as a result of grease blockage.

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 450 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Mobile Hwy...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
08:01 am CST

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on December 31, 2013 at a manhole located near 4211 Mobile Hwy., as a result of grease blockage in the sewer line. The estimated amount of overflow is 150 gallons. ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. disinfected.

The Escambia County Health Department, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the State Warning Point were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Paul Starr Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, December 19, 2013
04:23 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on December 19, 2013, near 8701 Paul Starr Dr (LS# 185), due to a broken sewer main.

ECUA crews repaired the main, and the overflow is estimated at 100 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: E. Kingsfield Rd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
04:33 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on December 18, 2013, at a manhole near 500 E. Kingsfield Road, due to a blockage in the sewer main caused by debris in a valve.

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 20 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: N 65th Ave. & Fairfield Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
02:17 pm CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on December 18, 2013, at a manhole near
N. 65th Avenue and Fairfield Drive, due to a blockage in the sewer main by roots
and rags. 

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 225 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitatry Sewer Overflow: East. Gadsden & Bayou Blvd.

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
04:47 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on December 11, 2013, at a manhole near
East Gadsden Street and Bayou Blvd, possibly due to a debris or grease blockage in the sewer main.  The overflow is estimated at 1650 gallons.

Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. 
The Escambia County Health Department, State Warning Point and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, December 6, 2013
02:53 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on December 6, 2013, at a manhole located at
Ariola Drive & E. Texar Dr.  The overflow is estimated at 50 gallons.  ECUA crews responded per State protocol and abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Reus Street...CLICK FOR DETAILS...

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Thursday, December 5, 2013
09:31 pm CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations, after maintenance and repair work.   The affected locations include:

  • Reus Street, between Garden and Romana Streets
  • Romana Street, between Donelson and Spring Streets
  • Hilary Street, between DeVilliers and Reus Streets

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed the upgrade and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: North W Street and W Bobe Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
01:31 pm CST

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on Monday, December 2, 2013, at
N. W Street and W. Bobe Street as a result of a grease blockage in the sewer line.  ECUA crews responded and cleared the blockage and the overflow is estimated at 875 gallons.
 
The discharge was vacuumed up, and per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Lloyd Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
06:48 am CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on Lloyd
Street, between N. 12th Avenue to N. 18th Avenue (house numbers: 1207 to 1715)
following a water main break. Included in the advisory and notified directly: N.B. Cook
Elementary School and the Greater Morning Star Baptist Church.
Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of
regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking
of cooking purposes.


Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be
lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil
Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water
pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.
ECUA crews have completed the repairs and flushed out the lines. Residents are
advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the repairs, and to
flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist,
customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for
assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at
www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Valley Dr & Evergreen Rd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Monday, December 2, 2013
02:32 pm CST

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located at the following locations, subsequent to a valve replacement at Valley Drive and Evergrren Road:

  • Valley Drive
  • Thornhill Road
  • Evergreen Road
  • Alpine Drive
  • Woodmere Drive

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed the repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the maintenance work, and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: 430 E Burgess Road...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
11:30 am CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on November 27, 2013, at
430 E Burgess Road, due to a blockage in the line caused by grease. 

ECUA crews responded to the site and removed the blockage.  The overflow is estimated at 90 gallons. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the State Warning Point were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Hayne & Llyod Streets...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
03:30 pm CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on November 19, 2013, at
the intersection of Hayne and Lloyd Streets, due to a blockage in the line caused by accumulated grease and rags. 

ECUA crews responded to the site and removed the blockage.  The overflow is estimated at 625 gallons. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: McLean Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
03:25 pm CST

Notification of Sanitary Sewer Overflow
A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on November 19, 2013, at
the southwest corner of McLean Avenue and Tippin Street, as a result of a broken air relief valve. 

ECUA crews responded to the site and repaired the valve.  The overflow is estimated at 20 gallons. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Ronda Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
10:43 am CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on November 18, 2013, at
401 ½  Ronda Street (Lift Station #192), as a result of the Escambia County stormwater collection system overflowing into the ECUA sanitary sewer collection system.

ECUA crews responded and used a vacuum truck to divert excess flow until the rain subsided.  The overflow is estimated at 200 gallons.  The discharge was vacuumed up, and per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER NOTICE...CLICK FOR DETAILS

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Monday, November 18, 2013
06:43 am CST

Effective immediately, a precautionary boil water notice (PBWN) is in effect for ECUA water customers residing on Ventura Lane (address range 5628-5730) between Graymont Lane and Waverly Drive, and on Oakland Drive (address range 4773-4795) between Graymont Lane and Ventura Lane.

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water to be used for drinking or cooking purposes.

Bacteriological sampling is underway and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible, usually within 48 hours.

ECUA crews have made the repairs and are flushing the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water and to flush their home's plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.

 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Notice of Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Pompano Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, November 11, 2013
12:59 pm CST

 

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on November 10, 2013, at 3712 Pompano Drive, as a result of a grease and tree root blockage in the sewer main.

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 2,250 gallons. The discharge was vacuumed up, and per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns. The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Royce Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Thursday, November 7, 2013
09:23 am CST

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on November 6, 2013, at
675 Royce Street, as a result of a debris blockage in the sewer main. 

ECUA crews cleared the blockage, and the overflow is estimated at 25 gallons.  Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Bradford Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, November 1, 2013
03:41 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on October 31, 2013, at 4600 Bradford Drive as a result of a grease blockage in the sewer main. 

The overflow is estimated at 600 gallons.  ECUA crews responded to the site and cleared the line. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, The State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Gregory St....Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, October 28, 2013
04:09 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred late on Friday, October 25, 2013, at
501 E. Gregory Street, as a result of a blockage in the sewer main at N. 10th Avenue and Gregory Street.  The blockage was caused by grease and debris in the line. 

The overflow is estimated at 90 gallons.  ECUA crews responded to the break and made appropriate repairs. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, The State Warning Point, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Hwy. 297A...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
03:24 pm CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at
2350 Hwy. 297A.  The 2-inch force sewer main was broken by a private contractor,
Roads, Inc., while working an excavator on the Escambia County CR297A road project.

The overflow is estimated at 300 gallons.  ECUA crews responded to the break and made appropriate repairs. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Carmody Hill Road & Hwy. 297A...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Friday, October 18, 2013
09:53 am CDT

A Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) occurred on Wednesday, October 16, 2013, (23:10 hrs.) at the corner of Carmody Hill Road and Hwy. 297A.  The 2-inch force sewer main was broken by a private contractor, Roads, Inc., while working on the Escambia County CR297A road project.

The overflow is estimated at 12,300 gallons, of which 12,000 gallons (5 truckloads of 2,400 gals. each) were diverted by vacuum truck and transported to the ECUA’s Bayou Marcus Water Reclamation Facility for disposal and treatment.

ECUA crews responded to the break and made appropriate repairs. Per State protocol, the overflow area was then cleaned and disinfected with a biocide agent that abated any contamination concerns.  The Escambia County Health Department, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and the State Warning were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Leesway Blvd...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
10:27 pm CDT


A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations, subsequent to repair work on a water main: 

  • Leesway Blvd. (address range:5601-5961)
  • Tom Lane (address range: 3900 )
  • San Gabriel Drive (address range: 5880-4001)


Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for
drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary
Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480
for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Temporary Water Service Interruption: Leesway Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
06:35 pm CDT

Water service is temporarily interrupted to customers located in the Leesway Drive area, between Bonway Drive and Langley Avenue, as ECUA crews work to repair a broken main.  Updates will be posted as work progresses and information becomes available.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Saufley Pines Road...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
04:19 pm CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on the following locations, after work to upgrade a water main and perform maintenance on an existing line was completed.  The affected locations include:

• Saufley Pines Road, west of Shilston Branch Road
• Alonzo Road
• Wyndotte Road
• Berling Road
• Matthew’s Junction
• Shilston Branch Road

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours. Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs.

ECUA crews have completed the upgrade and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines. Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes. If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Water Service Interruption Notice: Saufley Pines Road...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, October 14, 2013
03:29 pm CDT

Water service to some ECUA customers will be interrupted on Tuesday, October 15, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., as ECUA crews work to upgrade a water main and perform maintenance on an existing line.  The affected locations include:
• Saufley Pines Road, west of Shilston Branch Road


• Alonzo Road
• Wyndotte Road
• Berling Road
• Matthew’s Junction
• Shilston Branch Road
Residents and businesses in the area may experience some temporary discoloration of the water as a result of turbulence created by the construction work. ECUA crews will remain in the area throughout the evening, flushing lines if necessary to clear up affected areas. If customers are still experiencing 
discoloration in their water by late evening after running their taps and outside 
spigots for a few minutes, they are asked to call 476-5110 for assistance. 

Customers may also choose to store some water ahead of time for drinking and cooking purposes, as a Precautionary Boil Water advisory will be in effect following this planned water interruption (a separate release will be issued for this).

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, October 14, 2013
02:27 pm CDT

Sanitary sewer overflows (SSO) occurred on Saturday, October 12, 2013, as a result of sewer main breaks at:


• 8285 Six Pence Drive, the estimated overflow is 600 gallons, of which 300 gallons were recovered by vacuum truck and transported to and ECUA water reclamation facility for disposal.

• 2223 Berrydale Road, estimated overflow is 250 gallons.

ECUA crews responded to the breaks and made appropriate repairs, then cleaned and disinfected the areas per State protocol.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice- Klondike Road...CLICK FOR DETAILS

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Saturday, October 12, 2013
01:00 pm CDT

 
Effective immediately, a precautionary boil water notice (PBWN) is in effect for ECUA water customers residing on Klondike Road, (address range 8808-8925).
 
Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water for water to be used for drinking or cooking purposes.
 
Bacteriological sampling is underway and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible, usually within 48 hours.
 
ECUA crews have made the repairs and are flushing the lines.
 
Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Rue Max Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
02:56 pm CDT

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on Wednesday, October 9, 2013, at 611 Rue Max Street, as a result of a mechanical plug left in the sewer line by a private contractor.  The overflow is estimated at 700 gallons, which was discharged on the ground and treated with Nuetra-Dis disinfectant to the spill.


The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.
For more information or if problems are encountered, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Sandview Drive...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
11:55 am CDT

PENSACOLA, FL—A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on Friday, October 4, 2013, at Sandview Drive as a result of a break in a private (non-ECUA) 2-inch force main.  ECUA crews responded to the break and took action to stop the overflow on behalf of an absent homeowner.   The cause of the overflow is unknown and it is estimated at 2500 gallons.  A minimal amount of flow entered Perdido Bay and bacteriological samples were collected at three sample points by ECUA personnel, per standard operating procedure.  Results indicate no impact as a result of the overflow.

ECUA crews also cleaned and disinfected the area of the overflow per State protocol.  The Escambia County Health Department, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and the State Warning Point were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Johnson Beach Road & Area

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
05:24 am CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located east of  Sandy Key Dr. (not affected) on following locations, subsequent to repair work on a 10-inch water main:

  • Johnson Beach Rd
  • Sailfish Ct. (Address range: 800-877),
  • Nautilus Ct. (Address range: 900-940),
  • Parasol PL. (Address range: 1200-1261),
  • Destin Ct.  (Address range: 700-775)
  • Surfview Dr. (Address range: 7201-7250),
  • Lands Inn Condo

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.  

 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Temporary Water Service Interruption: Johnson Beach Road & Area

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Monday, October 7, 2013
09:33 pm CDT

Water service has been temporarily interrupted to customers located east of  Sandy Key Dr. ( not affected) on the following area:

  • Johnson Beach Rd
  • Sailfish Ct.
  • Nautilus Ct.
  • Parasol PL.
  • Destin Ct.
  • Surfview Dr. and Lands Inn Condo

 ECUA crews are working to repair a broken water main.  Information will be posted as work progresses and information becomes available.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Archer and Avery Streets...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Monday, October 7, 2013
09:05 pm CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on following locations, subsequent to repair work on a water main:

  • Archer Ave, (address range: 1 to 74)
  • W. Avery Street, (address range: 2900 to 3200)

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.  

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Rhett Road and Area...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Monday, October 7, 2013
02:42 pm CDT

Precautionary Boil Water Notice Issued for Rhett Road and Area


A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on following locations, subsequent to maintenance work on a water main:


• Rhett Road, between St. John Street and Brent Lane
• Scarlett Lane
• Wilkes Drive
• Horseshoe Court

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Two independent bacteriological samples have been initiated and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  Precautionary Boil Water Notices are issued as a part of standard protocol following any loss of water pressure, whether as a result of planned maintenance activities or unscheduled repairs. 

ECUA crews have completed repair and maintenance work, and flushed out the lines.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the break and flushing, and to flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.  

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Water Service Interruption: Rhett Road...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Monday, October 7, 2013
11:17 am CDT

Water service is temporarily interrupted to ECUA customers in the following locations as ECUA crews perform maintenance work on a water main.


• Rhett Road, between St. John Street and Brent Lane
• Scarlett Lane
• Wilkes Drive
• Horseshoe Court

Updates will be posted as work progresses and information becomes available.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Precautionary Boil Water Notice: Main Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
10:01 pm CDT

A precautionary boil water notice has been issued for ECUA customers located on on the following:

  • W. Main St., from S. Palafox St. to Coyle St.,   (address range: 10-449)
  •  the west side of S. Palafox St., from Main St. to Zarragossa St., (address range 401-415).

Residents are advised to boil water for one minute at a rolling boil, or to use 6 drops of regular unscented household bleach per gallon of water, for water to be used for drinking of cooking purposes.

Bacteriological sampling is underway and the advisory will be lifted as soon as possible. This process routinely takes 48 hours.  ECUA crews have completed the repairs and have flushed out the line.  Residents are advised that there is a possibility of discolored water as a result of the service interruption and flushing, and to further flush their home’s plumbing by running their taps for a few minutes, if need be.  If problems persist, customers are asked to contact ECUA Customer Service at 850-476-0480 for assistance, or see precautionary boil water notice guidelines on the ECUA website at www.ecua.fl.gov.  

 

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Sanitary Sewer Overflow: Heritage Oaks...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Cancelled
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
11:17 am CDT

A sanitary sewer overflow (SSO) occurred on September 30, at 9000 Heritage Oaks, as a result of a broken 4-inch force main.  The overflow is estimated at 855 gallons, 800 gallons of which were captured by vacuum truck and transported for disposal and treatment at the ECUA’s Bayou Marcus Water Reclamation Facility.   The overflow contained onsite and the area was cleaned and disinfected per State protocol.  The Escambia County Health Department and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection were notified.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.

 

Temporary Water Service Interruption: Main Street...Click Here

Current Status: Alert Lifted
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
05:49 am CDT

Water service has been temporarily interrupted to customers located on Main Street, between Devilliers and S. Baylen Streets, as ECUA crews work to repair a broken 12-inch water main.  Information will be posted as work progresses and information becomes available.

For more information, customers may contact ECUA Customer Service at (850) 476-0480 for assistance.