Acquired Town of Malabar's Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
Awarded the 2012 Florida Water Environment Association (FWEA) Wastewater Collection System of the Year Award
PBUD receives recertification of EMS under the ISO 14001:2004 environmental standard through 2014.
Dan C. Roberts, P.E. became Utilities Director on September 24, 2011.
PBUD was recognized nationally by the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and presented with the 2011
AMTA Membrane Facility Award.
PBUD received the Florida Water Environment Association
(FWEA) Municipal Utility Operation Performance Excellence Award.
PBUD was recognized with the 2011 Cityworks User of the Year Award
Installation of water distribution lines was completed in Port Malabar Unit 16.
Water Connection Incentive Program piloted, yielding 248 new customers. Pilot program was extended through 2013.
PBUD receives AMWA Gold Award for Exceptional Utility Performance.
Sludge Dewatering Facility brought online in July 2010. The Utility anticipates an estimated annual cost savings of $200,000 as a result of the new process.
Installation of water lines in Port Malabar Unit 12 were completed in June 2010.
Installation of water lines in Port Malabar Unit 16 began.
The elevated water tower at the Troutman Facility was refurbished.
Palm Bay Utilities Department received $3 Million as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) through the FDEP State Revolving Fund Program to expand the City's water system to Port Malabar Units 12 and 16.
In August 2009, installation of water lines in Unit 31 (Special Assessment area) was completed.
PBUD completed renovations to its Certified Utilities Laboratory.
Palm Bay Utilities receives ISO 14001:2004 certification.
April 2008 PBUD begins installation of approximately 11 miles of water lines and 82 fire hydrants in Port Malabar Unit 11. Project completed in November 2008.
Property owners in Port Malabar Unit 31 vote in favor of a special assessment to have water lines and 111 fire hydrants installed.
Lean Utility Billing Streamlining Project begins with assistance from TechSolve.
Fall 2007 Utilities Department begins installation of 62,459 linear feet of water lines in Port Malabar Unit 10.
New utilities administration office and reverse osmosis treatment plant opens at the South Regional Utilities Campus
Completion of 30,000 linear feet of water main line extensions throughout various areas of the City
Jason Yarborough named new Utilities Director
Series 2004 Utility System Revenue Bond @ $2,110,000 to acquire and construct utility system improvements on Emerson Drive
Groundbreaking for the South Regional Water Treatment Facility
Dick Jacobs retired as Utilities Director (1993-2004)
Completed Unit 13 Phase II water and sewer infrastructure expansion
Series 2003 – Utility System Refunding Revenue Bond @ $47,875,000 for Refunding of Series 1994 Bond
Implemented mobile meter reading system in test area
Series 2002 Utility System Refunding Revenue Bond @ $5,990,000- Refunding Series 1992A Bonds
Completed Exploratory well program securing three future water supply wells
Completed Unit 7 Phase I water and sewer infrastructure expansion
Completed Unit 13 Phase I water and sewer infrastructure expansion
Obtained additional grant funding for Fluoridation program
Entered into Joint Participation with FDOT to construct water and force mails to serve I-95
Series 2001Utility system Improvement Revenue Bond @ $21,311,958.45 for construction of the South Regional Water Treatment Facility
Completed Sandy Pines Reuse Transmission Main @ $32,400
Completion Water/Wastewater Infrastructure Expansion (Remainder of Unit 9) @ 5,363,900
Completed Unit 9 Phase II water and sewer infrastructure expansion
Completed Unit 21 Force Main Improvements @ $168,500
Competed DeGroodt Road water main extension, Phase I @ $440,000
Completed Emerson Drive 12” Force Main Installation @ $354,600
Industrial Pretreatment Program approved
Completed Water Reclamation Facility Phase I @ $492,700
Purchased and installed the Global Positioning System
Constructed the Troutman Reverse Osmosis Facility
Pressurized the reuse system to provide reuse to Port Malabar Country Club Golf Course and Sandy Pines
Utility System Capital Improvement Revenue Bond, Series 1998 @ $22,500,000
Cross Connection Control Policy adopted
Completed installation of Eldron/Jupiter Water Transmission Main
Completed Unit 9 Phase 1-A water and sewer infrastructure expansion
Construction of an 8” line from Pace to the Palm Bay Regional Park
Nine (9) test wells drilled
Adoption of Main Line Extension Fees
Series 1994 Refunding Revenue Bond - $58,365,000
Sixteen (16) test wells were drilled
Creation of Palm Bay Utility Corporation
Acquisition of the “City System” – Series 1992A Bond @ $7,345,000
Acquisition of General Development Utilities with Series 1992B Bond @ $52,350,000