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PBWN: GADSDEN REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM   Read More

PBWN: GADSDEN REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM

Water Notifications

PBWN: GADSDEN REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM

There is a Precautionary Boil Water Notice in effect for Talquin Electric Cooperative water members in the; Service Area: GADSDEN REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM Located at: Havana Hwy, Shady Rest Rd, Dover Rd, Central Rd, Scottland Rd, Fl-Ga Hwy, Rich Bay Rd, Iron Bridge Rd, Blue Star Hwy, High Bridge Rd, MLK Blvd, Commerce Blvd, Rustling […]

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PBWN Rescinded: 2517-2524 Hastings Drive, 3803-3808 Rolf Dr, 2516-2527- Lawrence Dr

The boil water notice is rescinded for; Service Area: LAKE JACKSON WATER SYSTEM Located at: 2517-2524 Hastings Drive, 3803-3808 Rolf Dr, 2516-2527- Lawrence Dr The bacteriological survey showed that the water is safe to drink.  There is no contamination in the system. How to get information For more information, visit our website at www.TalquinElectric.com or […]

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Gadsden County Regional Water System Low Pressure Advisory

Talquin Electric Cooperative members in the Gadsden County Regional Water System may be experiencing lower than normal water pressure.  Only members of Talquin Electric Cooperative in this area are affected. Water Pressure Loss One of Talquin’s wells on the east side of the Gadsden County Regional Water System is out of service. Talquin is working […]

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PBWN Rescinded: Jackson View Dr, Oakmont St, Treeline Dr, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972 Queenswood Dr, 4214, 4216, 4222 Woodcrest St

The boil water notice is rescinded for; Service Area: LAKE JACKSON WATER SYSTEM Located at: Jackson View Dr, Oakmont St, Treeline Dr, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972 Queenswood Dr, 4214, 4216, 4222 Woodcrest St The bacteriological survey showed that the water is safe to drink. There is no contamination in the system. For more information, contact […]

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Wipes Clog Pipes

Talquin would like to remind Members to only flush toilet paper. Although many wipes are labeled as “flushable,” they do not dissolve in water like toilet paper, and can cause damage to septic systems!

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