Greater Pine Island 
Water Association, Inc.



      As a Water Utility, we are very aware of the various potential attacks on our infrastructure both cyber and physical. Although GPIWA is considered a small system that does not mean we have any less responsibility or commitment to our customers.

      As a Utility Member of the American Water Works Association, we are provided information that the public does not have access to for security threats. GPIWA through this membership then had access to other information issued as a joint situational report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, US Secret Service, and the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. GPIWA has many of the tools in place that are recommended to mitigate threats. In this recent incident of the Pinellas County City of Oldsmar water treatment facility, we will state that we do not use TeamViewer remote access software.

      GPIWA reverse osmosis plant is controlled by SCADA, Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition. This control program is monitored by state certified operators. This control system is separated by a virtual private network (VPN). Without presenting all our security measures, no chemical dosing pumps are operated without supervision. Alarms are set at various set points such as low, high, and critical high. Some chemical pumping and resultant values in turn can cause a pump to ramp to zero percent or automatically shut down the plant completely.



FEBRUARY  23,  2021

Online Attendance Only

10:00  A.M.

Note:  The Annual Meeting will be held online via Zoom video conferencing.  Members interested in attending may contact egaston@pineislandwater.com by Friday, February 19th to receive an email link with information on accessing the meeting from your computer or smartphone. No in-person attendance of members permitted due to CDC public health recommendations.

See the Agenda tab on the left


2019 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report 
is now available:

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Pine Island Water Association
5281 Pine Island Rd
Bokeelia, FL 33922

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COVID-19   Water Utility Assistance Program LeeCARES


If you have been impacted by COVID-19 and need financial assistance paying your water bill, please visit LeeCARES, or call (239) 533-2273 for more information on eligibility and how to apply. All questions regarding the assistance program may be answered by the

Lee County Government at https://leeflcares.com/


Coronavirus and Drinking Water

For frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 

and your drinking water:



In case of an after-hours emergency, call our office at 239-283-1071

and your call will be forwarded to our answering service.

Our on-call distribution technician will be notified and dispatched as necessary.



Our mission at GPIWA is to produce clean, safe drinking water that exceeds all regulated standards and strives to deliver all services as cost effectively as possible with our member's interests in mind.