Friday, 27 November 2009 00:00
The South Farmingdale Water District (SFWD) recently announced the launch of its new and improved website at www.sfwater.com. The revamped and revised site offers a host of new online features that provide customers with the most up-to-date services and information available.
Among the site’s many new technical features, navigation has been streamlined, making it much more user-friendly for customers. The newly created “Information Resource Center” provides information regarding emergency notifications, ordinances, public notices and helpful links. The SFWD site also provides downloadable PDFs of the most current drinking water quality reports and seasonal newsletters.
Online visitors will also have access to topical news releases and public service announcements such as the district’s free water bottle program and immediate safety and maintenance alerts. As an online resource, the district provides a variety of educational information on backflow prevention devices, proper installation and usage of lawn irrigation systems and water conservation practices.
According to SFWD Commissioner John Hirt, the newly revised website is a powerful tool used to stay connected to the community at large. “As a service provider, we communicate with our customers on a regular basis and it’s essential for us to create a more robust online forum which will provide information instantaneously.”