Is my drinking water safe to drink?
Yes. The Department of Water Supply makes the quality of your drinking water its number one priority. To maintain our commitment to you, we routinely collect and test water samples every step of the way-from the source waters right to your home-checking purity and identifying potential problems. We monitor your drinking water according to EPA regulations to ensure that it meets all state and federal standards. Our goal is and always has been to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water.

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1. What are the sources of drinking water?
2. Why are there contaminants in my drinking water?
3. Is my drinking water safe to drink?
4. How often is my water tested?
5. How can I get my water tested?
6. Do I need to take special precautions?
7. Do I need to filter my water?
8. What is the pH of my water?
9. Is there fluoride in my water?
10. Do I have hard or soft water?
11. What can I do about chlorine taste and odor?
12. I live on a dead-end (cul-de-sac) and my water has a yellow tinge to it. Is this okay?
13. Why is my water milky?
14. How can I tell if air bubbles are causing my water to look milky?
15. How can I get my rain catchment system water tested?
16. What other contaminants may be found in my drinking water?