Indiantown Company Being Purchased by Village of Indiantown
The Village of Indiantown is in the process of purchasing Indiantown Company and present plans are for this transaction to close on or before September 30th.
In order to provide for an orderly and seamless transition of water, wastewater and billing services to the Village, we are making some changes to how you pay your bills for September 1 and October 1, 2020.
We are implementing the changes in two phases.
The first phase was implemented on September 1, 2020.
You should have received a letter and a flyer from Indiantown Company which gave details about these September 1 invoice payment changes.
The second phase is scheduled to begin on October 1, 2020.
A letter is coming to you in the mail, through an email* and we have posted some initial information at the link below.
*Sent to those with an email address on file.
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Our operations are open and operating normally.
We continue to practice the national, state, and local COVID-19 safety measures and guidelines to ensure you stay connected to your water and wastewater services at all times.
We know this situation may affect both our employees and customers, and we continue to make the necessary adjustments to our work and operations as needed. Please be assured the safety of our personnel, our customers, and the continuity of our water and waste-water services are of the highest importance.
1. We continue to update the specific instructions with our employees that follow the CDC's guidelines and recommendations on social distancing, essentials of washing/sanitizing their hands, and staying home if they are sick.
2. All our facilities are being cleaned professionally by individuals following CDC guidelines.
3. Our staff who make service calls are practicing more intensive measures to sanitize themselves, their tools and equipment.
Click here for more information and updates on our customer service office and social distancing safety guidelines.
Indiantown Company is a local Martin County, Florida water and wastewater utility that furnishes potable water and sewer service to approximately 1,800 households and businesses.
Their service area consists of the unincorporated Urban Services District in Indiantown, Florida. Indiantown Company is privately held and has no taxing authority. They also do not receive any tax revenues from the state, county or city governments. However, Indiantown Company is regulated by the Florida Public Service Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency at the federal government level.
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For more information or any questions you may have, please contact the Indiantown Company at 772-597-2121 and ask for Jim Hewitt or Ernie Watson.