Seacoast Utility Authority is a not-for-profit governmental regional water, wastewater and reclaimed water utility that furnishes potable water service to approximately 47,000 households and 2,700 commercial establishments. Wastewater collection, treatment and disposal services are provided to approximately 44,000 residential dwellings and 1,700 businesses. The Authority's service area covers approximately 65 square miles. The Authority has no taxing powers and does not receive any tax revenues from the state, county or city governments.
Board Members are appointed by the jurisdictions within which Seacoast provides service. These include the City of Palm Beach Gardens, the Village of North Palm Beach, the Towns of Lake Park and Juno Beach and unincorporated areas of Palm Beach County.
Seacoast Utility Authority assumed ownership and operational responsibility for all assets on December 20, 1988. If you would like to review the entire history of the Authority, please click the link above.
All public records requests must be submitted to Authority Clerk, Jessica Moore, CMC. Please click the image or heading to expedite the email.