Eye On Water: App for Cellular Meters

Customers may call the office during business hours to find out if they have a cellular meter. Customers may also email or call the Field Operations Manager for any assistance with the app.

Leap Into Understanding: The Science and History of Leap Years

Leap years have long fascinated and puzzled people. Occurring every four years, they are more than just an extra day in February. They are a crucial adjustment to our calendar system, aligning it with the Earth’s orbit around the Sun. But what’s the science and history behind this additional day? Let’s unravel the mystery. Understanding the Basics: What is a …

Blood Drive

The Oak Grove Community Center is sponsoring a blood drive on Thursday, February 22, 2024 from 10 am to 2 pm! See the flyer for more information.


Carneal Lane is open to local traffic only.  The Roads and Grounds Department are replacing road tile.   Please take caution when travelling on Carneal Lane.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Groundhog Day: Separating Fact from Fiction

Every February 2nd, a peculiar tradition captures the imagination of many across North America. Groundhog Day, a popular cultural event, is rooted in the belief that a groundhog’s behavior can predict the coming of spring. But how much truth is there in this and other weather lore? This blog post takes a closer look at the facts and fictions of …

The Ultimate Guide to Winter Comfort Foods

As winter wraps our city in its chilly embrace, there’s no better way to warm up than with delicious comfort foods. These dishes are not just meals; they’re a hug in a bowl, a cozy blanket on a cold night. In this guide, we’ll explore the most heartwarming, satisfying winter comfort foods that are sure to become your cold-weather favorites. …