Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Water Relief for the City of Cedar Key Courtesy of the Deer Park Natural Spring Water Plant – Nestle Waters.

Public Service Announcement

City of Cedar Key, Fl


The Cedar Key Water and Sewer District Chairman David Beach announced today that as he continues to resolve the saltwater intrusion issue that now effect the city water, Nestle Water has volunteered to deliver fresh drinking water to the residents of Cedar Key. The first shipment of water arrived today at approximately 2:30 and is currently being distributed to city residents.


The water is being distributed at the Cedar Key Fire Department. Residents are asked to bring either a current water bill or their Hurricane re-entry pass. Mr. Beach says, " two gallons of water per day will be available for each city resident until this problem is resolved." Mr. Beach is currently working on delivery of bulk water to the city for residents. Residents are asked to hang on to their larger containers so that they can transport water to their homes.


The City web site will be posting a FAQ section that will answer most resident and tourist questions. Their web address is Any questions not found on the web can be addressed to the City Water District headquarters by calling  352-543-5285.




Lt. Scott Tummond
Criminal Investigations Division
Levy County Sheriff's Office
(352) 486-5111