Marion County Utilities Update
Due to current public health concerns, Marion County Government buildings are closed to the public.
Learn more about your award-winning Utilities department in the video below.
Customer service, budget, finance and accounting.
Field support to water customers, emergency utility repairs, maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems and upkeep of 151 lift stations.
Emerging contaminants, including 1, 4 dioxane
The Florida Environmental Protection Agency researches chemicals not previously discovered in water or detected at precautionary levels. Find county-specific data, frequently asked questions and other information on emerging contaminants here.
Regulatory compliance for the department’s 33 water treatment plants and six wastewater treatment facilities.
Administration of the department’s capital improvement program, development review, mapping, system modeling
and construction design, surveillance and inspection.
Beware of telephone scams
Marion County Utilities will never call you asking for payment. If you receive a call from someone requesting a payment, under no circumstance give out any information. Always call the number on your bill statement 352-307-6000if you are unsure. If possible, try to get a phone number from the party calling and report it to law enforcement.
Marion County Utilities will never call you requesting payment or asking you to purchase a special debit card to avoid having service disconnected. Reminder calls are automated. Payments can be made via phone at 855-212-4048.
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Is your parcel required to connect to an area Marion County Utilities pipeline?
Important information that may affect your costs and cause project delays can be found here.