CCUA will conduct a workshop on Thursday, February 16, 2023, in the Board room located at 3176 Old Jennings Road, Middleburg, Florida, at 11:00 A.M. The purpose of the workshop is to hear and discuss public stakeholder comments on the proposed Lake Asbury Master Planning Area (LAMPA) Trunk Main Capital Cost Recovery Policy.
All interested members of the public and media are welcome to attend.
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Everyone on the Clay County Utility Authority (CCUA) team wishes all our customers a Happy New Year! We hope new memories were made with family and friends. 2023 is shaping up to be the most exciting year yet for CCUA. The start of a new year brings new opportunities and growth for the people in Clay County.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) remains either on or ahead of its construction schedule for the First Coast Expressway. The CCUA team continues to invest significant amounts of time and effort remaining in front of the growth curve occurring in Clay County. In 2023, we will see the completion of several large expansions that include the Mid-Clay Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) and the Meadow Lakes Water Treatment Plant (WTP). We will also see the completion of the new Saratoga Springs WTP and its reclaimed water facilities.
We will see the start of construction of new projects at the Peters Creek WRF in 2023. In conjunction with the Peters Creek WRF project, we will begin construction of the Governors Park facilities. These projects will be transformative for both CCUA and Clay County in the fact that these facilities will serve the areas to the west and south of Green Cove Springs. The areas served by these facilities will bring much needed jobs and opportunities to the people who live in Clay County as well as the people moving into our community.
The expansion of our facilities to serve our growing community results in employment opportunities here at CCUA. As a public utility, we are always looking to employ and develop people across many different professional areas. Our commitment to employ and retain people in our community begins with young people currently in high school through our high school internship program. Our Board of Supervisors recently approved our Professional Development and Training Program (PDTP) to support efforts to recruit and retain talented professionals for entire careers. We want talented people who are interested in professional careers serving the community in which we live to join our team. Please watch our website for those opportunities to be advertised.
We look forward to a prosperous new year filled with growth and opportunity.
 
Once-A-Week Watering Restrictions Are Now In Effect! Know your day!
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During Daylight Saving Time, you may water your lawn twice per week on specific days? Know your days!