The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers and health care providers that the agency has seen a sharp increase in hand sanitizer products that are labeled to contain ethanol (also known as ethyl alcohol) but that have tested positive for methanol contamination.
Don’t be fooled – stay safe! Citrus County Water Utilities would like to inform residents that county staff is performing required lead and copper home water-testing at this time.
Citrus County staff will arrive at your home only after the customer has contacted the county to volunteer for the water-testing program.
Citrus County staff will identify themselves as county employees and will be wearing a photo identification tag at all times.
The controversy over 5G’s implementation has reached Citrus County.
On Tuesday, a woman called “Miss Beatrice” spoke to county commissioners about the health effects of the 5G communications network coming soon to a town near you.
Below is a video of the woman’s presentation, and the responses of the officials.
In June of 1991, the Environmental Protection Agency implemented the Lead and Copper Rule as part of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
This law mandates that Public Water Systems (PWS) conduct sampling and analysis for levels of lead and copper in households located within their distribution system.
Sampling and testing is scheduled for the month of August 2020 in the County’s Charles A. Black, Citrus Springs-Pine Ridge, and Sugarmill Woods PWS’ at no cost to our customers and takes only a few minutes of your time.
Citrus County Transit is offering citizens expanded door-to-door transportation from 6:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday, with fares waived during the county state of emergency.
Trips are available for work, shopping, doctor’s appointments, and other essential needs.
Door-to-door service is offered at this time for the general public, as well as residents with mobility needs.
The Southwest Florida Water Management District’s (District) Governing Board voted today to declare a Phase I Water Shortage for the District’s central and southern regions, which include Charlotte, DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas and Sarasota counties.
The primary purpose for a Phase I water shortage is to alert the public that watering restrictions could be forthcoming.