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Utilities Department


"Your Hometown Public Power Provider"

601 E. Seminole Avenue
PO Box 115
Bushnell, FL 33513
(352) 793-8012

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

**** Please contact the Customer Service Department for any service related questions or to make utility payments at: (352) 793-2591

The Utilities Department is a staff of eight and they are responsible for the operation, maintenance and construction of the various utilities.

The Utilities Department of the City of Bushnell Consists of Three Divisions: (Click on each division for more information)

The City of Bushnell Utilities Department provides electric, water and wastewater services to both residential and commercial customers.The department is responsible for the daily operations of, repair and maintenance of, and new construction of these three utilities.

The electrical distribution system is designed to provide retail power to customers within the Bushnell area. In addition to the electric services, the City owns and operates a fiber system providing limited broadband services to its own locations and to other government offices in the area.

The water distribution system consists of two water plants within the city limits of Bushnell, and one that is located in Sumterville. These three plants are operated to deliver quality water to the residents and commercial customers of Bushnell and to the commercial district of Sumterville.

Additionally, the City of Bushnell owns and operates two wastewater treatment plants. Sewer services are available to many Bushnell residents and commercial customers. The City also provides sewer services to Sumterville through a series of lift stations and individual pump stations. Similar services have been made available to the City of Webster through a wholesale agreement that allows Webster’s wastewater to flow to the City of Bushnell David Hanson Wastewater Treatment Facility.

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