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Public Works

Contact the Public Works Department at 863-984-1375 x227 during normal duty hours regarding water problems/leaks. The after hours emergency number is 1-866-815-0074.

Garbage is picked up on Monday and Thursday mornings

Yard waste is picked up on Wednesday mornings.

Contact the electric company providing service in your area.

Newspaper, other paper products, cardboard, plastic and any metal. Do not recycle any paper materials which are waxed or have been contaminated such as a pizza box.

You may pick up recycling bins at the Utilities Department, 220 Bougainvillea Ave, Polk City.

Water connection requires a deposit. You must also provide a driver’s license and a copy of your lease or proof of ownership. Residential Water Connection Application

The water deposit is broken down by the type of occupancy and the location of the property either within or outside city limits. Please call the Water Department for the current rates. High risk properties may have higher deposits. You may apply for water connection by clicking on the blue text: Water Utility Application

The city has a commercial water connection deposit of $300 inside the city limits and $350 outside the city limits.

The water deposit is refunded when the account is closed. The final bill will be deducted from the deposit and the rest returned to the customer.

No.

No, Just a deposit.

No, If you have a leak shut down the water to the home as soon as possible and effect repairs.

Mail your bill to: Polk City Utilities, 123 Broadway Blvd SE, Polk City, Florida, 33868. You may also pay it in person at 123 Broadway Blvd SE, Polk City or drop it inside the drop box at the Broadway Blvd address.

Call the Utilities department at 984-1375 x221 and request the amount owed. It is still your responsibility to keep up with your account.

Water reconnection will only take place after the overdue amount and a $50 reconnection fee is paid.

Accounts can be terminated over the phone or by visiting the Utilities Department at 220 Bougainvillea Ave. If terminated by phone a password will be required.

The water meters are the property of the City of Polk City.

Not normally. Only under extreme circumstances would the city consider doing this.

Contact the Emergency after hours number: 1-866-815-0074

Yes, Presently there are watering restrictions in effect; You may view them on our website at our watering restrictions page: Southwest Florida Water Management District

Don’t do it!!! Water meters are the property of the city and you can be arrested for water theft, have fines levied and/or have your water meter removed until all fines are paid.

Monthly Utility Operations Reports

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2011-05 Utility Operations Report218.6 KB
2011-06 Utility Operations Report319.7 KB
2011-07 Utility Operations Report274.6 KB
2011-08 Utility Operations Report82.3 KB
2011-09 Utility Operations Report493.8 KB
2011-10 Utility Operations Report202.4 KB
2011-11 Utility Operations Report211.0 KB
2011-12 Utility Operations Report1.5 MB
2012-01 Utility Operations Report292.1 KB
2012-02 Utility Operations Report311.2 KB
2012-03 Utility Operations Report273.2 KB
2012-04 Utility Operations Report392.3 KB
2012-05 Utility Operations Report189.2 KB
2012-06 Utility Operations Report488.8 KB
2012-07 Utility Operations Report758.3 KB
2012-08 Utility Operations Report290.2 KB
2012-09 Utility Operations Report369.8 KB
2012-10 Utility Operations Report1.8 MB
2012-11 Utility Operations Report1.1 MB
2012-12 Utility Operations Report457.7 KB
2013-01 Utility Operations Report465.3 KB
2013-02 Utility Operations Report447.8 KB
2013-03 Utility Operations Report446.6 KB
2013-04 Utility Operations Report466.8 KB
2013-05 Utility Operations Report435.3 KB
2013-06 Utility Operations Report491.3 KB
2013-07 Utility Operations Report20.5 KB
2013-08 Utility Operations Report17.5 KB
2013-12 Utility Operations Report429.9 KB
2014-01 Utility Operations Report467.5 KB
2014-02 Utility Operations Report419.0 KB
2014-03 Utility Operations Report456.5 KB
2014-04 Utility Operations Report435.5 KB
2014-05 Utility Operations Report434.4 KB
2014-06 Utility Operations Report430.8 KB
2014-07 Utility Operations Report386.7 KB
2014-08 Utility Operations Report371.2 KB
2014-09 Utility Operations Report368.4 KB
2014-10 Utility Operations Report345.4 KB
2014-11 Utility Operations Report356.7 KB
2014-12 Utility Operations Report426.1 KB
2015-01 Utility Operations Report330.3 KB
2015-02 Utility Operations Report337.5 KB
2015-03 Utility Operations Report615.7 KB
2015-04 Utility Operations Report549.1 KB
2015-05 Utility Operations Report606.1 KB
2015-07 Utility Operations Report329.3 KB
2015-08 Utility Operations Report361.6 KB
2015-10 Utility Operations Report95.1 KB
2015-11 Utility Operations Report129.4 KB
2015-12 Utility Operations Report89.1 KB
2016-01 Utility Operations Report126.0 KB
2016-02 Utility Operations Report171.9 KB
2016-03 Utility Operations Report175.1 KB
2016-04 Utility Operations Report172.2 KB
2016-05 Utility Operations Report256.6 KB
2016-06 Utility Operations Report180.2 KB
2016-07 Utility Operations Report177.9 KB
2016-08 Utility Operations Report178.1 KB
2016-09 Utility Operations Report174.5 KB
2016-10 Utility Operations Report448.8 KB
2016-11 Utility Operations Report311.0 KB
2016-12 Utility Operations Report320.6 KB
2017-01 Utility Operations Report320.1 KB
2017-02 Utility Operations Report321.7 KB
2017-03 Utility Operations Report318.0 KB
2017-04 Utility Operations Report321.7 KB
2017-05 Utility Operations Report68.2 KB
2017-06 Utility Operations Report323.6 KB
2017-08 Utility Operations Report316.5 KB
2017-07 Utilities Operations Report317.2 KB