Snippets Get in the Spirit of Giving This holiday season, consider contributing to the city of Clearwater’s We Care Fund. The We Care Fund provides an opportunity to help those in need to pay their utility bills. 58 MyClearwater You can help by making a contribution today. To find out how, call Utility Customer Service at 562-4600. Business Tax Renewals, Due Sept. 30 Sept. 30 is the last day to renew your Business Tax Receipt in Clearwater without incurring penalties. If a renewal payment isn’t received by that date, the payment increases by 10 percent in October, 15 percent in November, 20 percent in December and 25 percent in January. Call 562-4567 or 562-4721 with questions. Water Quality Report Is Available Online Clearwater’s water meets or exceeds federal and state drinking water requirements. The city’s annual consumer confidence Water Quality Report is at myclearwater. com/waterreport. If you’d like a printed copy in English or Spanish mailed to you, call Clearwater Public Utilities at 562-4960. National Night Out Against Crime See a police dog in action and check out some of the gear the SWAT team uses at the Clearwater Police Department’s National Night Out Against Crime from 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Super Target parking lot at Clearwater Mall, 2747 Gulf-to-Bay Blvd. Meet public safety employees and see some of the tools they use on their jobs. To learn more, visit clearwaterpolice.org. Water Maintenance Program Resumes The city of Clearwater and Pinellas County will conduct routine maintenance on the water system from Sept. 5-25. The method of water treatment will be temporarily changed from chloramines to chlorine disinfection in order to optimize water quality. The first segment was conducted in April 2017. Some residents may notice a slight difference in the taste or odor of their drinking water. The water is perfectly safe to drink. Call Clearwater Public Utilities at 562-4960 with questions. Alert Pinellas Stay informed during tropical storms or emergency situations. Sign up for Alert Pinellas, a free emergency notification service offered through Pinellas County Government. Be ready for any storm that comes our way. Sign up at pinellascounty.org/alertpinellas.
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