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Utilities Department

City of Boynton Beach Utilities Department

 

Colin Groff Utilities Director web

Colin Groff Utilities Director web

Please join us in welcoming our new Director of Utilities, Colin Groff, to the City of Boynton Beach.  Mr. Groff is a Professional Engineer with over 27 years of experience serving various public agencies throughout Florida.  Most recently Mr. Groff was with the Water & Wastewater Systems group at JEA, a northeast Florida regional utility provider.  Mr. Groff joins a dedicated staff here in Boynton Beach.   Our focus is to provide excellent service to all of our customers. 

The City of Boynton Beach, Florida (City) provides Potable Water, Wastewater, Stormwater and Reclaimed Water services through the Utilities Department.  The utility system includes:  two (2) wellfields, two (2) water treatment plants; one (1) 19.2 MGD lime softening and one (1) 8.4 MGD low pressure membrane softening plus 1.6 MGD blending], two (2) aquifer storage and recovery wells, a sewage collection and transmission system with approximately 162 wastewater lift stations, and the associated water distribution and wastewater collection piping systems, reclaimed water distribution system, stormwater swales, and a stormwater collection and disposal system.

The City of Boynton Beach is approximately 16.1 square miles with a population of approximately 68,000.  The Utilities Department services approximately 102,000 customers.  While the City provides municipal services to its citizens within the City limits, the City’s Utilities Department also provides water and wastewater services outside the City limits.  Stormwater services are only provided within the City’s limits. 

Please join us on July 24, 2014 for the 1st Annual Flood Awareness Workshop to be held at the City of Boynton Beach Library Program room located at 208 S. Seacrest Blvd in Boynton Beach.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  

This workshop is the first in a year-long series of public meetings to inform and educate the public on topics such as flooding and drought management and preparedness, neighborhood utility improvement projects and FEMA Flood Zone Mapping.

HOA Workshop Invitation

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