1. CFPUA adds GenX news reel to website

    CFPUA has created a new information news reel on the home page specifically for GenX information and updates. Customers can sign up for notifications specific to this topic on our Notify Me page. Read on...
  2. CFPUA's 2017 Water Main Flushing Program Continues

    Important water quality-related work also helps maintain more than 1,100 miles of mains; Information on locations to be regularly updated at CFPUA.org, via Twitter handle @CFPUA. Read on...
  3. CFPUA Board Approves Fiscal Year 2018 Budget

    During a special meeting on June 23, the Board of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) voted to uphold its approval of CFPUA’s budget for Fiscal Year 2018. Read on...
  4. Information on CFPUA's Water Meter Replacement Program

    This second phase involves the replacement of more than 17,000 water meters within the CFPUA service area throughout 2017. This portion of the program follows a successful pilot project, which took place in 2016. Read on...
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  1. CFPUA Chairman's Afternoon Update: July 27, 2017

    Chairman Mike Brown’s afternoon update on updated water sample results from NC DEQ and new testing equipment at the Sweeney Water Plant. Read on...
  2. CFPUA Chairman’s Morning Update: July 27, 2017

    Chairman Mike Brown’s morning update on updated water sample results and new testing equipment at the Sweeney Water Plant. Read on...
  3. Most Recent GenX Results Now Available for Download

    The PDF versions of GenX testing laboratory reports for July 19 and July 20 are available for download. Read on...
  4. CFPUA Special Update: July 26, 2017

    CFPUA has received new results from GenX Testing at Sweeney Water Treatment Plant. Read on...
  5. CFPUA Chairman's Afternoon Update: July 26, 2017

    Chairman Mike Brown’s afternoon update on the Ogden Park free water station and Governor Cooper’s Water Quality State Action Items Read on...
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Summer Safety Seasonal Awareness
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Summer means vacation, outdoor activities, and fun in the sun! It’s a time when families hit the road to visit national parks or distant relatives. The warm months and long days mean that there is plenty of time for baseball games and barbecues. The sultry temperatures practically invite you to take a dip in the pool or ocean.But don’t let the sunny days and warm nights fool you. Summer also holds significant weather and water hazards. Heat waves can be lengthy and deadly. Lightning deaths are at their peak during the summer. Beach hazards such as rip currents can catch the unprepared. And, it’s the start of hurricane season.
Are you ready? Click the images above and below for info.
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