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Polk County’s Water Needs

Posted by: Reposted by Central Florida Cities on Apr 25, 2024 2:58PM

April is Water Conservation Month, which makes it a good time to talk about Polk County’s water forecast and the Polk Regional Water Cooperative (PRWC). The PRWC, formed in 2016, is made up of Polk County and 15 municipal governments. Its goal is to plan, develop and provide a high-quality potable water supply for the residents of Polk County. Primarily, the PRWC is working to develop alternative water sources.

 

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SOURCE: Polk County Repost

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