Water service is now available throughout the Florida Keys – Adequate pressure exists to provide water Keys-wide. Due to line breaks, water may not be available in isolated areas.
Conservation Advisory – The emergency directive on Water Conservation issued on September 16, 2017 at 18:00 hours was lifted in favor of an advisory order recommending that residents avoid wasteful uses of FKAA water.
Call Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority to report a leak: 305-296-2454
Electricity has not been restored to all residences. People can expect intermittent outages even in areas that have been restored. Some areas have little to no power. This includes the hardest hit areas, between MM 40 and MM 10. About 300 poles and 8 transmission poles were destroyed during the storm in this area and need to be replaced.
If you don’t have electricity in areas where your neighbors do, it may be because you have salt water intrusion or other issues that prevent electricity from safely being delivered to your property.
Keys Energy Services, serving Key West to the 7-Mile Bridge: 305-295-1010
Florida Keys Electric Co-Op (FKEC) serving the middle and upper Keys: 305-852-2431
Comcast is reporting they have restored most services all the way through Marathon. Services for mile markers 74 to 78 as well as in Key West are in the process of being restored.
We appreciate your continued patience and understanding as all services and utilities are being restored as quickly as possible.