Media Coverage

A worker installs new water pipe.
Click here to read the "Islamorada Water Main Project to Close Southbound Lane" article by Keys Weekly.
Source: Keys Weekly | Published: April 27, 2023 
The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority’s (FKAA) Islamorada Transmission Main Replacement Project is progressing ahead of schedule.

Media Image 5Click here to read the "The Keys for Innovation" article by WaterWorld.
Source: WaterWorld | Published: March/April 2023 | Written by: Greg Veliz
Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority's commitments, to being proactive and to accepting innovation, propel future growth and resilience.

Media Image 2Click here to read the "Water Main Break Slows Down Keys Traffic. Pipe Replacement Project to Start Next Month" article by the Miami Herald.
Source: Miami Herald | Published: March 8, 2023 | Reporter: David Goodhue

A water main broke in the Florida Keys early Wednesday morning, and repairs affected traffic throughout the day along U.S. 1 in the upper part of the island chain.

Media Image 3Click here to read the "Fresh Flow: 4-mile, $40-plus-million Water Main Replacement Project Nears in Islamorada" article by Keys Weekly.
Source: Keys Weekly | Published: March 3, 2023 | Reporter: Jim McCarthy
Thousands of vehicles traverse the Florida Keys on any given day, between the large out-of-county workforce and visitors flocking to their island destinations.

Media Image 4Click here to read the "The Florida Keys Water System Gets Upgrades to Ensure Resilience to Climate Change" article by Smart Water.
Source: Smart Water | Published: February 28, 2023
The Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority (FKAA) provides water and wastewater services to about 80,000 people (nearly double in the winter) living in this chain of islands that extends more than 200 km from the south coast of Florida...