Water Conservation OCU Water Division

We Provide Quality Water 
for Unincorporated Orange County


Ninety-two percent of Florida’s population depends on groundwater for drinking water.

To meet the water demands of our customers, Orange County Utilities has adopted a comprehensive water conservation program. Helping our customers reduce their water use provides real savings by lowering their energy and water bills and providing long-term environmental benefits for the community.


To provide our customers safe and reliable water service that meets or exceeds their expectations and requirements by continually improving our facilities, our work processes, and the capabilities of our employees.

Water Conservation Section

Fresh groundwater is the highest quality potable water source in Orange County.  To provide for the safe and prudent use of this limited and valuable resource, the Water Conservation Section implements programs promoting significant water reduction through education, economic incentives, and enforcement of outdoor irrigation restrictions.

Annual Drinking Water Report

The Annual Drinking Water Report is designed to inform you about the quality of water and services we deliver to you every day. Our goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. 

Annual Drinking Water Report

Learn about what we are doing to help our customers become more water conscious and things you can do to reduce your water use.

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