Field Maintenance Services
This section of the Operations & Maintenance division is responsible for the maintenance of the water, sewer, and reclaimed water distribution systems including the transmission lines that bring water into the county. The mission of the Maintenance Section is to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the public served by Pasco County Utilities water distribution systems and to effectively maintain the integrity of the water distribution systems through effective utilization of employees, equipment, and material.
Experiencing water issues and do not know the cause? Call Utilities Customer Information & Services! For additional information, please view our Maintenance FAQs.
Some tasks performed include:
- Backflow prevention
- Cross connection control
- Pump (Lift) station maintenance
- Transmission main maintenance & repair
- Valve exercising & maintenance
- Hydrant maintenance & repair
- Water main replacements
Report any suspected utility emergencies to Utilities Customer Information & Services. Some examples of utility emergencies include:
- Water leaks (Suspected water main breaks, hydrant overflowing, etc.)
- Continued low pressure problems
- Manhole overflows
- Wastewater pump (lift) station alarms and odors
Help prevent sanitary sewer overflows. Fight F.O.G.- Fats, oils and grease that are poured down any drain can build up and block your sewer at home or work, causing nasty and costly sewer overflows. All of the following should be thrown away instead of being poured down the drain:
- Cooking Oil
- Mayonnaise and Sauces
- Salad Dressings
Be aware of the dangers of flushable wipes. Do not flush anything down the toilet except for number 1, number 2 and toilet paper. Everything else should go in the trash. Although wipes advertised as ‘flushable’ can technically be flushed, they don’t easily break down and can cause blockages in the sewer system, leading to sewer backups. The Wipes Clog Pipes section details more about the dangers of flushable wipes.
Information regarding what a boil water notice is and what to do if your water system is under a boil water notice can be found in our Boil Water Notice section.
Find out more about our department's infrastructure and system productivity in our System Statistics section.
Field Maintenance Staff:
For emergencies, call Customer Information & Services at (727) 847-8131.
Email Tom Donahue
Labor Supervisor West of Suncoast Parkway
Email Gary Loeper
Labor Supervisor East of Suncoast Parkway
Email Anthony Wetzel
Utilities Customer Information & Services
After Hours Emergency:
Call Center Hours:
Monday - Friday | 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Email Utilities Customer Service