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North Florida Mega Industrial Park has strong support in utility resources.

At North Florida Mega Industrial Park (NFMIP), companies have access to the efficient quality utilities for high performance. From fresh water to electricity and more, our utility providers deliver the resources your business needs for success.

Water – City of Lake City

NFMIP sits atop one the nation’s most productive sources of groundwater, the Floridan Aquifer, and Lake City’s well field has been designed to make efficient use of this important natural resource. The current production capacity is 3.8 million gallons per day (at 700 gallons/minute), with Lake City’s new Price Creek water plant adding nine million gallons/day of capacity. NFMIP is supplied by 12-inch water mains, ensuring plenty of volume for even large water users.

Wastewater – City of Lake City

NFMIP is served by Lake City’s wastewater treatment facility with a current eight-inch sewer main to handle current demands beginning at 12,000 gallons/day and greater. The city added capacity in 2016 which can accommodate 3.5 million gallons/day. Businesses needing customized wastewater treatment can be accommodated on-site.

Electricity – Florida Power & Light (FPL)

Florida Power & Light, the state’s largest and most affordable electricity provider, serves NFMIP. Distribution-level service (3 phase 13.2 kV) is available at NFMIP, with transmission-level voltage (115 kV) within 1,000 feet (and a substation within two miles). In addition to significant capacity, FPL has the ability to provide redundant service to companies located in the Park that cannot risk outages.

Natural Gas – City of Lake City

A six-inch natural gas line adjacent to NFMIP is capable of delivering 40,000 cubic feet of natural gas each month. Currently, Lake City only uses 30 percent of this capacity, so businesses requiring substantial amounts of gas are assured of a reliable, abundant supply.

Telecommunications – AT&T

An AT&T trunk line conveniently placed along U.S. Highway 90 provides high-capacity, high-throughput data, voice and other telecommunications services to NFMIP.