As emergency situations arise in the community, such as a water main break or overnight main meter shutdowns, we will notify residents and other interested parties on this page of the website.
Posted: May 16, 2017, at 11:00 a.m.
The South Florida Water Management District has issued a water shortage warning, and the drought level has been raised to a D2 by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
It is strongly recommended that any plans for re-sodding or re-landscaping be postponed at this time. Customers should irrigate accordingly following their two-day-a-week cycle as posted on the Enterprise CDD website (www.EnterpriseCDD.org, irrigation schedule) and use water conservatively.
This severe drought condition is affecting counties throughout Florida including Osceola, Polk, and Orange.
INTERACTIVE FOUNTAIN is closed
Posted: May 1, 2017, at 4:00 p.m.
The interactive fountain on the downtown esplanade is closed until further notice due to flooding in the vault that damaged the motor, transformer, and other components. Updates will be posted when available.
For emergency weather alerts, please tune to your local weather station or favorite news channel for current information.
As other governments have been recommending, we suggest all residents purchase a weather radio that can be programmed to this four-County area to keep you advised of impending dangerous weather at a moment’s notice. The Weather Channel, Osceola County, and your favorite news station can recommend a particular brand of weather radio and information is available on the web as to programming your radio for this area.