PID's System Recover Map
We are still working on a technical issue that prevents the map from loading in Google's Chrome browser. You may view the map in Edge, Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox.
The following water system information is prepared and updated by PID and is subject to revision. PID does not guarantee the accuracy of this information nor its fitness for a particular use.
Water Quality Investigation: The green and red circles on the map show investigative test results for benzene. PID HAS NOT LIFTED IT'S WATER ADVISORY FOR PARADISE RESIDENTS. Customers are strongly urged to continue to follow the instructions on the advisory until PID drops the advisory. Details can be found here: https://pidwater.com/wqadvisory
Mainline Activation: Water lines filled with water are green. Parcels that can receive water are highlighted in orange. AN ORANGE PARCEL DOES NOT MEAN THE WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK - WATER IS NON-POTABLE (NOT DRINKABLE). Use the search feature at the top of the map to navigate to your address to view status. It may take two-weeks from the time your street pipeline has non-potable (non-drinkable) water to the time when your meter is activated. PID crews will place a long green stake/stick at meter to indicate the meter has non-potable (non-drinkable) water service. If the green stake is present customers can turn on the valve to restore non-potable (non-drinkable) water to their homes.
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