Our office is now open to walk in customers!
We would like to thank our customers for your patience during the Covid-19 Pandemic. We have resumed normal business hours. If you are sick or have any symptoms please reframe from entering our office and utilize our drop slot, payment over the phone or online options.
Reminder to Sewer Customer located in Cedar Hills and Golden Holiday, Only flush toilet paper!
Due to an increased demand and subsequent shortage of toilet paper as a result of COVID-19, Marion Utilities has seen an increased of non-flushable materials such as baby wipes, napkins and paper towels.
Marion Utilities Inc. asks that customer please pay extra attention to what you are flushing and remind you not to flush anything other than TOILET PAPER.
Flushing wipes (even those labeled “flushable”) and other non-toilet paper materials causes clogs, backups, equipment and pipe breakages, and in bad cases, can even force raw sewage back into customers’ homes.
Homeowners are responsible for any clogs of sanitary sewer lines from the point of connection at the sewer mains up to within the customers’ homes.
Properly addressing this issue requires each of us to be extra mindful, pay close attention to what is being used in your home, and make sure you are only flushing toilet paper and properly disposing of all other materials.
As a reminder, the following products are NOT flushable and must be disposed of in a waste basket:
• Wet wipes/baby wipes (even those labeled as “flushable” wipes)
• Paper towels
• Kleenex and other tissues
• Feminine hygiene products
Customers that have septic tanks,
We advise you to take the same measures regarding flushing only TOILET PAPER. Over time flushing none flushable items can cause damage to your septic tank and my result in replacing your septic tank which can be costly.
Thank You for you cooperation.
Marion Utilities, Inc.
May 22, 2017
The Southwest Florida Water Management District has asked us to alert our customers in Dunnellon of the Modified Phase 1 Water Shortage Restrictions for the area. This is the link to the notice http://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/conservation/restrictions/swfwmd.php
March 22, 2017
St. Johns River Water Management District asked us to alert our customers of the Water Shortage Warning for portions of the district: SJRWMD Shortage Order
Marion Utilities, Inc. is a private, locally owned water utility company. We pride ourselves on our friendly, helpful, down-home service. We’ve provided quality water to Marion County residents for over thirty years. Our team of service professionals meet your needs of service excellence in the field and in the office—because we care.