About Us

UIF in the Community

Every Utilities, Inc of Florida employee is personally engaged in the success of our local communities. Through our commitment to providing safe, reliable water and wastewater services and our active investments in water system infrastructure, we play an integral role in the lives of our customers - every day! We recognize the value of water and our connection to the health and well-being of everyone we serve. 

We also strive to lend a helping hand to those across the state who need our support. Members of our UIF team often volunteer with local nonprofits, civic groups, and charitable organizations that offer much-needed resources and assistance.

Look through our photo gallery and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook too: social media is a great way to learn more about the work we do, the water resources we protect, and how you can join the conversation.

Photos from left to right:
  • Follow the Big Red Bus! UIF teamed up with OneBlood on June 27th for a blood drive. OneBlood is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) community asset responsible for providing safe, available and affordable blood.
  • Chris Snow, Director of External Affairs, donates blood.
  • COO Patrick Flynn donates blood.
  • The new surge tank at Wekiva (Seminole County, FL.)
  • UIF team working hard in the June heat to deploy a new Trimble unit as we strive improve service through continued infrastructure upgrades.
  • Bryan Gongre, UIF Regional Manager, receives his 25 year anniversary certificate from John Hoy, July 10th 2017.
  • New surge tank being constructed at our Sanlando-DesPinar Plant, September 2017.
  • Jacqueline Sillitoe and UIF crew help sort donations during Water Service Day at Second Harvest Food Bank of CF. 
  • UI Water Service Day Blood Drive at the Florida Regional office - we collected 10 units and saved 30 lives!
  • Mick Shue celebrates his upcoming retirement at an outdoor luncheon. 
  • There is an entire deer family that calls our Wekiva Plant home!
  • Elizabeth Marshowsky, UIF Field Tech, found an alligator reading meters outside the Sawgrass Bay subdivision in LUSI S. It is Florida after all...