What Should I Do With My Leftover Hurricane Supplies?

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With the danger of Hurricane Dorian behind us, you may have started to swing back into your normal routine at home. Kissimmee Utility Authority reminds you that hurricane season continues until November 30, with September being the peak month of the season for storm activity. It’s important to stay prepared and not wait for disaster… Read more »

6 College Dorm Hazards and How to Avoid Them

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6 College Dorm Hazards and How to Avoid Them

There are more than 3,500 fires on college campuses every year. If you or a loved one is heading off to college this semester, Kissimmee Utility Authority reminds you to follow these simple tips to prevent electric accidents and fires: OVERLOADED OUTLETS | Do not overload extension cords, power strips or outlets. Use power strips… Read more »

National Garage Sale Day

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National Garage Sale Day

Tomorrow is National Garage Sale Day and a good reminder that it may be time to replace your home appliances to improve the overall efficiency of your home. While an appliance may not be running at maximum efficiency, selling it in a garage sale is an option for extra cash toward an upgrade. So, let’s… Read more »

6 Ways KUA Can Help Simplify Your Life

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6 Ways KUA Can Help Simplify Your Life

National Simplify Your Life Week begins Sunday, and Kissimmee Utility Authority offers a variety of ways to keep you from feeling weighed down. eBill – KUA offers an easy-to-use ebill program, a convenient and environmentally-friendly way to receive, review and pay your monthly utility bill from any desktop, tablet or phone. No envelopes. No postage… Read more »