Utilities - How are City Utilities staff conducting business during Coronavirus?

The Department of Utilities has resumed normal operations and Utilities employees have reported back to the workplace. However, our office remains closed to visitors. When customers contact the Utility Billing Office for service appointments, they can expect brief preliminary questions regarding their current health and potential exposure to the virus. When field technicians arrive at a customer’s home, they can expect that the technician may be wearing appropriate personal protective equipment. This equipment may be used when performing certain services that require the technician to enter the interior of the home. The field technician will request that everyone follow CDC best practices for appropriate social distancing.

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