The City of Casselberry prioritizes making its utilities both affordable and sustainable. The City provides both reclaimed water and potable water for irrigation purposes. Reclaimed water is highly treated and disinfected wastewater effluent that is safe for irrigation and affordable for residents. In areas where there is reclaimed water available, the City encourages residents to connect!
Reclaimed water is not available in all parts of the City’s utility service area. If reclaimed water is not available in your area, you can still save money on your monthly utility bill by having a potable irrigation meter installed. Having a potable irrigation meter ensures that water used for irrigation will not be charged for sewer treatment on your monthly bill. If you are interested in having either a potable irrigation meter or a reclaimed water meter installed, please complete and submit the online application at the link below:
The City of Casselberry promotes water conservation among all water users. The City and the St. John’s River Water Management District have implemented the following watering restrictions to ensure the water supply is abundant for many years to come.
Daylight Savings Time*
Eastern Standard Time*
Homes w/odd numbered or no addresses
Wednesday and Saturday
Homes w/even numbered addresses
Thursday and Sunday
Tuesday and Friday
*Daylight Savings Time (second Sunday in March until the first Sunday in November); Eastern Standard Time (first Sunday in November until second Sunday in March)
Water only when needed and not between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Water for no more than one hour per zone.
All landscape irrigation shall be limited in amount to only that which is necessary to meet landscaping needs.
Reclaimed water usage is not restricted at this time.