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  • Municipal Advisor Information
    What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area User Name Password Remember Me Forgot your password Forgot your username Create an account PHONE 239 992 0711 800 583 1496 FAX 239 947 7460 Home About Us Our History How Bonita Springs Utilities Began Company Information Member Owned Since 1971 BSU Franchise Area Map Our Facilities Water Treatment Water Reclamation Annual Reports BSU Board of Directors Meet Our Staff A History of Reclaimed Water Service Community Care Customer Service New Service Inquiries How to Read Your Water Meter How to Read Your Bill BSU Rates Frequently Asked Questions Forms and Documents Boil Water Notice FAQs How to Register For An Online Account Landscaping Around Your Water Meter Sign Up for Emergency Alerts Going Paperless Your FAQ s Answered Avoid Utility Fraud How to Restart Your Water Service Quick Tips Guide to Reduce Reuse and Recycle This Year Water Resources Indoor Water Tips Outdoor Water Tips Additional Resources Water Quality Report 2015 Save It For Life Water Quality FAQs What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area Home Municipal Advisor Information Municipal Advisor Information Bonita Springs Utilities Inc has retained the firm of Dunlap Associates Inc as its municipal advisor Bonita Springs Utilities Inc is represented by and will rely on Dunlap Associates Inc to provide advice on proposals from financial services firms concerning the issuance of municipal securities and municipal financial products including investments of bond proceeds and escrow investments Dunlap Associates Inc

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  • Welcome to Bonita Springs Utilities
    please contact Andy Koebel Director of Operations Bonita Springs Utilities Inc at 239 992 0711 Visit our Boil Water Notice FAQs page for answers to commonly asked questions about precautionary boil water notices ALERT BOIL WATER NOTICE PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ PHONE 239 992 0711 800 583 1496 FAX 239 947 7460 Home About Us Our History How Bonita Springs Utilities Began Company Information Member Owned Since 1971 BSU Franchise Area Map Our Facilities Water Treatment Water Reclamation Annual Reports BSU Board of Directors Meet Our Staff A History of Reclaimed Water Service Community Care Customer Service New Service Inquiries How to Read Your Water Meter How to Read Your Bill BSU Rates Frequently Asked Questions Forms and Documents Boil Water Notice FAQs How to Register For An Online Account Landscaping Around Your Water Meter Sign Up for Emergency Alerts Going Paperless Your FAQ s Answered Avoid Utility Fraud How to Restart Your Water Service Quick Tips Guide to Reduce Reuse and Recycle This Year Water Resources Indoor Water Tips Outdoor Water Tips Additional Resources Water Quality Report 2015 Save It For Life Water Quality FAQs What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area BSU to conduct yearly water treatment change in May Article BSU to conduct yearly water treatment change during May Search BSU has introduced a NEW Bill Pay System Registration required Bonita Springs Utilities Inc has launched a new system for customers who pay their monthly bills online The user friendly system allows customers to view and pay their bills 24 7 set up automatic payments through checking accounts or credit cards and ask billing questions To

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  • Report a Problem
    Water Meter Sign Up for Emergency Alerts Going Paperless Your FAQ s Answered Avoid Utility Fraud How to Restart Your Water Service Quick Tips Guide to Reduce Reuse and Recycle This Year Water Resources Indoor Water Tips Outdoor Water Tips Additional Resources Water Quality Report 2015 Save It For Life Water Quality FAQs What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area Home Report a Problem Report A Problem Hotline Number 239 390 4953 Fax Number 239 390 4904 OR Send us an email by filling out the information below Last Name Invalid Input First Name Invalid Input Email Invalid Input Number Invalid Input Address Invalid Input Subject Fountain Lakes Blvd Caroline Dr Island Lakes Dr Lone Oak Dr Shady Oak Ln Wastewater Treatment Plant Pond US 41 Bulb Ln Marsh Landing Blvd Forest Ridge Dr White Oak Ln Other Invalid Input Comments Invalid Input Refresh Invalid Input To help us distinguish between contacts submitted by individuals and those entered by software spam robots please type the numbers shown here into the

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  • Sign up for Emergency Alerts
    For An Online Account Landscaping Around Your Water Meter Sign Up for Emergency Alerts Going Paperless Your FAQ s Answered Avoid Utility Fraud How to Restart Your Water Service Quick Tips Guide to Reduce Reuse and Recycle This Year Water Resources Indoor Water Tips Outdoor Water Tips Additional Resources Water Quality Report 2015 Save It For Life Water Quality FAQs What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area Home Customer Service Sign up for Emergency Alerts Sign up for BSU Emergency Alerts Bonita Springs Utilities Inc utilizes an alert system for large scale water emergencies such as drinking water contamination and announcing extending and rescinding boil water notices Your contact information will remain private and will only be used for large scale emergencies affecting 200 or more customers in your area Get informed as quickly as possible on your landline mobile or email by signing up for Bonita Springs Utilities emergency and general notifications below If you have already created a CodeRED account click here to login BSU Customer Tools Javascript

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  • How to Restart Your Water Service
    Year Water Resources Indoor Water Tips Outdoor Water Tips Additional Resources Water Quality Report 2015 Save It For Life Water Quality FAQs What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area Home Customer Service How to Restart Your Water Service How to restart your water service It s that time of year As you begin to make preparations for your return to Bonita Springs remember to contact BSU at least 2 business days before your arrival to restart your water service Only call if your water has been turned off because you were away BSU can be reached at 239 992 0711 toll free at 800 583 1496 or via the contact form at the bottom of this page Failure to do so will result in either an 85 weekend trip charge or no water service until the next business day Don t forget to update your contact information To ensure accurate and timely delivery of your bill you must change your address with the United States Postal Service by visiting www

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  • Contact Us
    us at 239 992 0711 or 800 583 1496 Topic Turn on service Turn off service Change mailing address Account number Online account payment issue Reread meter Moving Transfer of service AFT sign up Report a leak Other inquiry comment Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input First Name Invalid Input Email Invalid Input Phone Number Invalid Input Comments Invalid Input Refresh Invalid Input To help us distinguish between contacts submitted by individuals and those entered by software spam robots please type the numbers shown here into the box above BSU Departments Click on the department name to send an email This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4811 F 239 947 7460 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4811 F 239 947 7460 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4800 F 239 947 7460 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4973 F 239 992 9223 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4810 F 239 992 9223 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4803 F 239 390 4903 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4805 F 239 992 9223 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T 239 390 4981 F 239 992 9223 This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it T

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  • Turn on the Tap
    Resources Turn on the Tap Turn on the Tap 10 Reasons Tap Water is a Better Option to Drink than Bottled Water Many of our member customers ask Is tap water a better option to drink than bottled water We want you to be the judge BSU s potable water meets all of the standards set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Bottled Water companies are held to standards set by the Federal Drug and Administration and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services 1 Tap water can have no confirmed E coli or fecal coliform bacteria or bacteria that are indications of possible contamination by fecal matter FDA bottled water standards include no such prohibition 2 Utilities are required to provide the source of water while bottled water companies are not 3 Utilities are required to produce annual water quality reports Our most recent water quality is available here 4 Tap water must be tested for coliform bacteria 100 or more times a month Bottled water companies are only required to test once a week 5 Tap water naturally contains calcium and magnesium Few bottled brands offer significant amounts of these minerals 6 Nearly half of bottled water brands are sourced from a municipal water supply which provides tap water 7 At an average cost of 1 22 per gallon bottled water costs 300 times more than the cost of tap water 8 Utilities must have their water tested by government certified labs such certified testing is not required for bottlers 9 Water system operators must be certified and trained to ensure that they know how to safely treat and deliver water Bottlers do not have to be licensed 10 Used water bottles tend to end up in landfills and account

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  • Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage
    Water Tips Additional Resources Water Quality Report 2015 Save It For Life Water Quality FAQs What Not to Flush Cease the Grease Turn on the Tap Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Backflow Prevention Explained Whats New Pay Your Bill Construction Activity Corporate Document Login Employment Contact Us Engineer Member Area Home Water Resources Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage Helpful Ways to Reduce Your Water Usage The average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water per day at home Reducing water usage can come from modest changes to your daily habits Here are a few habits to try for the New Year to reduce your bill Save up to 2 gallons per minute by Don t let the water run while brushing your teeth shaving or washing dishes Installing water efficient showerheads Installing water reducing low flow faucet aerators Save up to 15 gallons per minute by Equipping your garden hose with an automatic shut off nozzle to keep it from running Use a broom instead of a hose to clean sidewalks driveways and pavement Other Ways to Save Reduce your loads of laundry and dishes by only running full loads Cut back on your outdoor watering or irrigation Repair leaky toilets and other plumbing leaks as soon as possible this can save you hundreds of gallons per day We have complimentary dye tabs or tools for checking leaks available at our customer service building during working hours Replace older toilets and clothes washers with water efficient models Instead of running the tap and waiting for the water to get cold fill up a container with tap water and keep in in the fridge Try reducing the amount of time you spend in the shower To download the infographic please click here Search Quick Links

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