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Friendly Reminder

Payment is due by April 6th to avoid a disconnection in water service for past due balance on April 7th.


April 7, 2020

Attention customers located in Turning Point subdivision

a precautionary boil water notice is in affect for your area due to water tank replacement. Bringing the water to a rolling boil and holding it there for 1 minute will insure that any bacteria or viruses that may have entered the water have been killed, therefore making your water safe for cooking and drinking. When we are given clearance, we will notify you that your water is safe for consumption.

If there are any questions, please contact our office
between 8:30am and 4:00pm Monday thru
Friday for additional information or clarification.

Thank You for you cooperation.

Marion Utilities, Inc.
710 N.E 30th AVE
Ocala, FL 34470
622-1171


***Attention Customers***
We will not be accepting walk in customers as of March 23rd.

As of March 23rd, Marion Utilities, Inc. will not be accepting walk in customers. Office staff will still be available by phone. In an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) through person-to-person contact, and for the safety of our employees and customers, we encourage customers to utilize other methods of payments when possible, such as:

• The drop box located at our office. Bill is not needed. Put payment in envelope with name and address and our staff will apply payment accordingly.

• Online payments can be made at WWW.Marionutl.com ($2.50 convenience fee) or utilizing your banks online bill pay.

• Over the phone payments by Credit or Debit card. (352)622-1171

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Marion Utilities, Inc. Staff


MANDATORY WATER RESTRICTION FOR SOUTH WEST CUSTOMERS

Marion Utilities, Inc. is placing a mandatory water restriction in effect for customers located west of I-75. In order for us to provide customers with sufficient water pressure at their home, we would like to remind our customers to conserve water. Please make sure you are irrigating on set days implemented by Southwest Florida Water Management District. These restrictions are in effect year-round and can change if there is a water shortage.

Helpful tips for conserving water are; water only when your lawn needs it. It is time to water when your grass begins to look stressed or discolored. Don’t overwater! Too much watering can damage your lawn and promote the growth of weeds and fungus. Please do your part in helping to save the aquifer.

Lawn Watering Days and Times

Lawn watering is limited to twice per week for a half hour each area.

• Even addresses may water on Thursday and/or Sundays before 10am or after 4pm.

• Odd addresses may water on Wednesday and/or Saturdays before 10am or after 4pm.

• Locations without a discernible address, such as right-of-way and other common areas inside a subdivision, may water on Tuesday and/or Friday before 10am and 4pm.

Thank You,

Marion Utilities, Inc.


July 1, 2018

Please follow the link below to open the document (it will open in a new browser window as a PDF).

Click on the link below and scroll down the document to locate your location/subdivision:

Marion Utilities Water Quality Reports 2017

Locations and pages numbers listed below:

Buckskin Estates Page 1
Cedar Hills Page 4
Deer Creek Page 7
Fore Acres Page 10
Ft King Forest Page 13
Golden Holiday Page 16
Greenfields/Indian Pines Page 19
Hi-Cliff Estates Page 22
Libra Oaks Page 25
McAteer Acres Page 28
Oak Creek Caverns Page 31
Pine Ridge Estates Page 34
Ponderosa Page 37
Rainbow Lakes Estate Page 40
Sherri Oaks Page 42
Spruce Creek North Page 45
Stone Oaks Estates Page 48
Turning Pointe Page 51
Windgate Estates Page 54
Woods & Meadows Page 57