Consumer Confidence Reports

Water Quality Reports

Why We Provide a Report

Beginning in 1999, community water supply systems were required to provide an annual report describing the quality of their drinking water to consumers. Officially called Consumer Confidence Reports, the reports are required by the federal Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996.

About the Report

Consumer Confidence Reports provide consumers with information about the quality of their drinking water. This information has always been available to consumers who requested it from their water supplier. Now it is provided in an easy-to-read format.

The guiding principle behind making water quality reports public is that people have the right to know what is in their drinking water and the source of their water. Informed and involved citizens make wiser decisions.

Contact Us

For questions or more information about Consumer Confidence Reports, please contact the Water and Sewer Department at (847) 587-3506.