April 2016 Board Update
Board Receives Updates and Discusses Programs during Working Retreat
Following the business portion of the monthly meeting, the Board of Public Utilities received updates from CU staff on several programs and projects of the utility.
May 1-7 Declared Drinking Water Week
Springfield joins communities across the nation in celebrating the week of May 1 – 7, 2016, as Drinking Water Week.
Drinking Water Week is supported by the American Water Works Association and its members, to emphasize the importance of an adequate and wholesome water supply. It also recognizes the efforts of City Utilities in providing safe drinking water to our community since 1957.
In 2015, CU supplied water to approximately 80,000 customers throughout the service territory; CU’s typical residential customers used an average of 53,000 gallons during that year. Continuous planning and improvements to the water supply system has been a key component to meeting the water needs of Springfield.
For more information about Springfield’s water supply and conservation tips visit www.cityutilities.net
Transit Center Dedication and Open House – May 6
City Utilities will hold a ribbon cutting for the Transit Center, located at 211 N. Main, on the morning of Friday, May 6, at 10:00 a.m. An open house will take place that evening during First Friday Artwalk featuring the artwork and musical talents of several CU employees’.
The Transit Center will be operational on Sunday, May 8, with weekday service beginning on Monday, May 9. More details will be provided.
- Friday, May 6 – Transit Center Dedication and Open House
- Monday, May 9 – Discussion Meeting with City Council
- Tuesday, May 24 – Board Committee Meeting (Tentative)
- Thursday, May 26 – Board Meeting
- Monday, May 30 – Memorial Day Observed (CU offices closed)