Florida Governmental Utility Authority (FGUA)
FGUA – Golden Gate
11985 Collier Blvd., Suite 7
Golden Gate, FL 34116
Phone (239) 455-1583 ; Fax (239) 455-5626
Contact Name: Barbara Kerby
Title of Contact: Manager
Hours of Operation:
Description of Business:
The Florida Governmental Utility Authority was formed in 1999 through an interlocal agreement between Brevard, Lee, Polk and Sarasota counties. These four local governments desired to make the best use of their common responsibilities to acquire, own, improve, operate and maintain water and wastewater facilities.
By forming the FGUA, these counties used resource sharing to provide drinking and wastewater service to their citizens at a lower cost and with more local management.
Since 1999, the counties making up the FGUA have changed. Today, Collier, Lee and Pasco counties have systems in the FGUA, joining resources to serve more than 50,000 customers annually. The customer base and service area of the FGUA continues to grow.
The Florida Governmental Utility Authority is a government. So, we’re held to the same high standards of transparency of Florida’s public records laws, and service as any other government.
Our mission is to provide essential water and sewer utility services to our customers.