As we begin 2019 and think about the changes we want in our own lives, we also should be thinking about the changes in our communities. A city is more than infrastructure and buildings, codes and taxes. A[…]
Utility Service Partners, a HomeServe company, in cooperation with the National League of Cities, the nation’s oldest and largest organization representing America’s municipalities, is offering the NLC[…]
Many of your residents know that during a cold snap, they should consider whether their plumbing is protected, but do they know that summer droughts and spring and fall rains also can pose a danger to their[…]
Helen T. of Salt Lake City knew she needed to do something about her sewer line – it had gotten to the point that she had to have it cleaned out annually to clear it of roots.
More than a dozen Utility Service Partners, a HomeServe company, employees joined more than 200 other local business people and Seneca Valley Schools pupils and volunteered their time to help re-build an[…]
Are your residents aware of their responsibility to maintain their water and sewer service lines?
Potable water is valuable and requires time, labor and resources to produce and deliver to ratepayers, and water utilities are expected to maintain a constant, clean supply with aging infrastructure and[…]