St. Lucie County Utility's History
The current St. Lucie County Utilities organized in 1994. St. Lucie County Utilities has established water and wastewater utility service areas on North and South Hutchinson Island, Indian River Estates and in the Mainland North County areas.
On North Hutchinson Island, St. Lucie County Utilities provides potable water to all developed units. St. Lucie County Utilities owns and operates the North Hutchinson Island water distribution system and purchases water from Fort Pierce Utility Authority through a master metered interconnect. St. Lucie County Utilities also provides wastewater service to approximately 70 percent of the developed units on North Hutchinson Island.
The St. Lucie County Utility service area on South Hutchinson Island extends from the Fort Pierce municipal boundary south to the Martin County Line, and provides wastewater service to all the developments on the island with the exception of the Island Dunes development complex.
In the North County utility area, St. Lucie County Utilities owns and operates the Holiday Pines water treatment facility and wastewater treatment plant. These facilities were acquired by St. Lucie County Utilities from the Holiday Pines Service Corporation in 1999.The Holiday Pines service area includes the Holiday Pines subdivision and some commercial and residential areas fronting Kings Highway and Indrio Road.
Other St. Lucie County Utility water facilities in the North County area include a water treatment plant and wastewater plant serving a portion of the Lakewood Park Subdivision and limited water distribution facilities serving the St. Lucie County Airport. With the exception of these facilities, water service in the North County area is provided by private wells.
St. Lucie County Utilities continues to grow and our main concern is to provide our customers with exceptional utility service and outstanding customer service.