Our Mission

At Colonial Pine Hills Sanitary District, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

Monthly Board of Trustees Meetings

The District Board of Trustees conducts a monthly meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Fire Hall.  The public is encouraged to attend.  The agenda can be found on this site under the pull down menu 'News and Notices.'

Conservation Tips

Under NEWS & NOTICES, click on CONSERVATION TIPS to see things that you can do to help with water conservation.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

March 16, 2020

The CDC and EPA have both informed nationwide water systems that this virus (as well as other similar virus's) cannot live in chlorinated water.  Our water is treated with Azone 15, a liquid sodium hypochlorite that has a pH of 11.  It is very similiar to regular bleach used in your laundryroom.  Our treated water goes thru a racetrack of piping to insure proper chlorine contact time before entering the distribution system.  This treatment will eliminate 99.999 percent of the COVID-19 pathogens that might be in the water.

The most effective way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to wash your hands properly frequently, eliminate close contact (hand shaking, etc.), cough into a tissue...

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In the water . . . but out of harm's way

In the water . . . but out of harm's way

August 01, 2020

Swimming pools and beach vacations, waterskiing at the lake and rafting on the river, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, wake boarding, tubing, jet skiing, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, and swimming - when it's summertime and the mercury is on the rise, there is nowhere we'd rather be than in the water! North America’s lakes, rivers, and seas are oases of beauty and respite from the summer sun, so it’s no surprise that swimming is summer’s number one pastime. But as you enjoy the season's final days, please make water safety your first priority. Swimming cools us off and keeps us fit, but it can also be dangerous. Drowning is the number one cause of unintentional death among children aged 1-4, and it's the number two cause of unintentional death among those aged 5-24. A moment of distraction can be fatal, so please take great care to keep yourself and your loved ones safe in the water.

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