|December 2022Help us Protect the Pipes!Did you know you shouldn’t dump used cooking oil down the drain? Cooking oil that is poured down the drain solidifies inside pipes, sewage lines, and sewage lift stations causing constricted flow and numerous problems. Blockages can cause back ups in home plumbing, equipment malfunctions, sewage spills, overflows onto streets, and foul odors in homes and communities. |
Future Of Munn Park Public ForumsThe City of Lakeland will host a series of public forums to gain public input as we start the planning process to revitalize the Munn Park area. Consulting park planners want to hear from you on what active recreation uses the public would like to see in Munn Park. There will be two open forums where citizens will review possible design elements, share valuable feedback, and provide input on future park plans. The forums will take place in the Magnolia Building located at 702 East Orange Street, Lakeland. The dates and times are as follows:Tuesday, January 10, 2023, 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.Thursday, January 12, 2023, 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.Read More
Arrange a Bulk Pickup To arrange a Bulk Pickup call 863.834.8773 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your address and the type of material you already have at the curb.Since October 1, 2021: Customers are provided four (4) free yard waste and four (4) free bulk junk collections, up to 20 cubic yards each, per calendar year. The calendar year runs from Jan. 1 – Dec. 31. Read More
Are you Signed up forboil water notices? Help us make sure you are receiving important notifications regarding your water utilities. Please contact Lakeland Electric Customer Service through the CUSTOMER PORTAL or by calling 863.834.9535. A customer service representative will verify your home and cell phone numbers and email address associated with your account.Based on your provided contact information, precautionary boil water notices and rescission notices will be sent in the following order:Phone call from 863-834-6802Text message from 88911EmailDuring the notification process, you will be asked to confirm receipt of the message. If you do not confirm receipt, the next contact method will be used. The system will stop contacting you once you confirm receipt or all contact methods have been exhausted.
Household Treatment Tips Boil water for one minute and cool before use. Follow these tips:Pour water back and forth between two containers a few times to avoid a flat taste from boiling.Discard any ice from automatic ice-makers.Avoid contact with cuts or other wounds when bathing. Note that it is OK to use non-boiled water for bathing.Before washing clothes, allow the water to run until it is clear.Get Active with Parks & Rec in 2023!
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ART around TOWN Looking for a little culture?See what Lakeland’s visual and performing arts have to offer.
Lakeland Community TheatreFive Women Wearing the Same Dress Play • Jan. 20 – 29
Chitty ChittyBang Bang Musical • Feb. 17 – March 5
Rhinoceros Stage Read • March 15 – 16
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