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It is the mission of Wellborn Special Utility District to provide an adequate and sustainable supply of safe, high quality drinking water to the residents and businesses located within our geographically defined service area.  As the service area continues to grow, it is the commitment of the District, through careful planning, to meet the challenge of future demand at the most efficient cost to the customers.

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There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...

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Stage 1 Drought Contingency

NOTICE

STAGE 1 DROUGHT CONTINGENCY PLAN

VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES

Effective Immediately

Dear Wellborn SUD Customer:

Due to dry conditions and extreme water usage over the past month, the system has been operating at near capacity. Ample water storage is an absolute necessity for domestic and firefighting purposes. Therefore, effective immediately, Wellborn Special Utility District is initiating Stage 1 of the District’s Drought Contingency and Emergency Water Demand Management Plan. Residents and businesses are asked to comply with the following water use restrictions until further notice.

Water customers are requested to voluntarily limit the irrigation of landscaped...

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The Deadliest Creature on Earth . . . lives right in your backyard

The Deadliest Creature on Earth . . . lives right in your backyard

Yes, it’s true. The creature that kills more human beings than any other on the face of the earth is summer’s most common pest. The blood-sucking fiends that plague your backyard barbecue are more than just a nuisance —they are dangerous. The humble mosquito is responsible for 725,000 deaths a year (600,000 of those are from the transmission of malaria). Sharks, who get such bad press that there is a whole week devoted to “Sharks are scary” TV programming (wasn’t Shark Week just a couple of weeks ago?)

So, how much do you know about Mosquitos, and, more importantly, how can you keep them away?

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