The Clay County Utility Authority is dedicated to protecting and conserving our
natural resources and providing the most cost-effective and efficient utility service
to you, your family, and your business.
During Daylight Saving Time, you may water your lawn twice per week on specific days? Know your days!
The Regional Water Supply Planning process is a study conducted by the Water Management Districts (WMDs), to determine whether the Floridan Aquifer System is reaching its sustainable limits of use and exploring the need to maximize conservation efforts and possibly develop supplemental sources of water. This process is updated every five years and is an attempt to look 20 years into the future to predict our water needs and the sources of water that may be available to meet those needs.
Continue reading about the future of Florida's water supply...
Spring is right around the corner and many of our neighbors will be making their lawns more attractive with new sod, plants and shrubs. As we beautify our yards, water consumption can increase, as well as the environmental impact to our waterways. We would like to offer some helpful tips on watering, reducing the impact on our waterways and taking advantage of a free water conservation assessment to possibly save money on your water bill.
Learn how to get maximize your garden and/or lawn with minimal impact to the environment and your wallet!