Town of Pierson 2018 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
The Town of Pierson is pleased to present to you the 2018 Annual Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality water and services we deliver to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water. Our water is obtained from ground water pulled from the Floridian Aquifer sources and is chlorinated for disinfection purposes.
below is the link to review in its entirety.
Thank you. Your Town Clerk, July 1, 2019
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Carmen Spelorzi, Town Clerk, Town of Pierson
Please be courteous to your neighbors who may have no power and have their windows open when burning debris.
Starting and Growing a Neighborhood Watch go to: https://www.staysafe.org/starting-and-growing-a-neighborhood-watch/
Benefits of Neighborhood Watch
The chief aims of a Neighborhood Watch program are to report suspicious activity, reduce crime, and increase neighborhood safety. While beginning a Neighborhood Watch Program is not a guarantee of crime reduction, studies show that neighborhoods will experience an average of a 16-percent crime reduction under the protection of a Neighborhood Watch program.
Some other benefits of Neighborhood Watch include:
Links to Volusia County Emergency Management Information:
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PIERSON HURRICANE DORIAN ADVISORY
We are in a Hurricane warning and we would like to inform you of the following:
Please do not put your garbage out on Monday for WCA pick up until further notice. Please do not place trash/ debris on the right of ways. After the storm, place all vegetative debris on the right of way for debris removal. We will be out as soon as possible to clear roads. Be safe!!
From Volusia County Emergency Management:
Stay indoors in a secure location or in your “safe room.” The strongest part of a house is usually away from windows and exterior doors.
Place towels along window sills and the bottom of doors leading outside to prevent water from coming inside. Have buckets, mops and sponges handy in case of flooding.
Place valuables on tables or high places in case flooding occurs.
Do not go outside as the calm eye of the hurricane passes, unless repairs are absolutely essential. The storm is not over. More severe damage can occur once the eye passes and the winds blow from the opposite direction.
Be aware that Tornados can spawn from hurricanes at any time. Monitor your local news station and if a tornado warning is issued, take cover in your safe room of an interior hallway or lower level if in a tall building. Stay away from glass doors and windows. You also can seek shelter under heavy furniture in the center of the house.
Leave the main breaker on unless the electricity goes off or you evacuate prior to the storm. If the electricity goes off, turn off air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, television sets and computers to avoid damage due to power surges. If the power returns and is steady, these may be turned back on.
Use flashlights for lighting when the power goes off. Do not use candles or any other type of open flame. The fire department cannot respond during a hurricane.
Use the telephone for emergencies only. Jammed phone lines may obstruct emergency calls for police, fire rescue, emergency medical and Red Cross disaster units.
If the power is off, open refrigerator and freezer doors as little as possible.
Stay away from the fuse box, main breaker and electrical outlets in the event of flooding. Normally the electric current will fail with flooding.
Your Town of Pierson.
Town of Pierson 2018 Drinking Water Quality Report PWS#3641325 ready for your viewing!!
on the "Water Quality Report" sub tab under the
Water Department tab.
The Town of Pierson is a small rural community in Northwest Volusia County, Florida. Known as the "Fern Capital of the World", Pierson strives to provide a large abundance of small town charm. On behalf of the Pierson Town Council and employees, I would like to thank you for visiting the Town of Pierson's website. This has been a work in progress and we hope you find the information useful