Consumer Confidence Reports . . .

Consumer Confidence Reports (picture of glass of water)

  

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is responsible for implementation of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Consumer confidence reports are the centerpiece of the right-to-know provisions in the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act. The Amendments contain several other provisions aimed at improving public information about drinking water, including the annual public water system compliance report and improved public notification in cases where a water supplier is not meeting a contaminant standard. The Amendments also call for increased public participation in the protection and delivery of safe drinking water. For example, citizen advisory committees are helping states to implement their source water assessment activities and are involved in decisions about allocating the state revolving loan fund that provides funding for drinking water infrastructure improvements. Link to US EPA, Consumer Confidence Reports.

The following links provide the most current Water Department Consumer Confidence Reports by service area.

 

 

 

 

This is an archive of the Consumer Confidence Reports from previous years.

Northwest system

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Southeast system

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Home Acres

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