On December 28, 2020, Citrus Waterworks, Inc. (Citrus Waterworks) purchased the Ellsworth and Blackwater Heights water utility systems from Sunshine Utilities of Central Florida.  The utility is located in Citrus County.  The Ellsworth community...[Read More]

Collier Utility Company acquired the water and wastewater utility from Lee Cypress Water and Sewer Co-Op, Inc. (Lee Cypress) on December 28, 2020.   Lee Cypress was a not-for-profit corporation formed as a Co-Op on August 31, 1990, to provide...[Read More]

U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water) has entered into an agreement with the Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA) to provide water and wastewater operations, maintenance, and customer service for the Nassau County utility system. The...[Read More]

Highlands County Waterworks, Inc. (an Investor Owned Utility) recently completed installing two force draft aeration systems at the Lake Josephine water treatment plant (WTP) and Leisure Lakes WTP to address the high levels of...[Read More]

On July 31, 2020, Shoal Creek Waterworks, Inc. purchased the water system assets of Shoal Creek Water System, LLC.   This is the first Investor-Owned Utility System acquired in the State of Georgia. The utility provides water service to...[Read More]

On July 1, 2020, USW Utility Group (USWSG) began operating Tenkiller Waterworks, Inc., an investor-owned utility nestled along Tenkiller Ferry Lake in the hilly terrain at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in Park Hill, Oklahoma. Lake Tenkiller,...[Read More]

In 2016 U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water) met with a developer that had an opportunity to develop a large tract of land in Seminole County but, was challenged by the lack of utilities in the area.  The tract of land was rural and large...[Read More]

On June 30th, 2020, Lake Talquin Waterworks, Inc. purchased the water utility systems from the owners of Lake Talquin Water Company, Inc. Lake Talquin Waterworks is a water-only utility providing service to approximately 240 customers in Leon...[Read More]

On February 12, 2020, U.S. Water Services Corporation purchases the Blackman Community Water System (BCWS) from the U.S. Marshall's office through a public auction at the Okaloosa County Courthouse. The initial purchase was through U.S. Water...[Read More]