Where You Live
What You Can Do
Here are a few steps you can take to ensure you know the quality of your drinking water:
- Look for your CCR each year.
- Read your CCR.
- Contact your water supplier if you have any questions or concerns about the information in your CCR.
- Provide your water supplier with feedback about the CCR. They want to know how to make the report better for you.
- Look for opportunities to attend meetings where you can provide input to your water supplier.
Each year by July 1st you should receive in the mail an annual water quality report (consumer confidence report) from your water supplier that tells where your water comes from and what's in it.
Any community water system that serves more than 100,000 people is required to make its CCR available to customers on a publicly accessible web site. A community water system may choose to link its CCR to EPA’s web site, although it is not required.
The map below contains links to lists of drinking water quality reports by states. These links are provided by water suppliers who have opted to link their reports to EPA’s web site. EPA is not responsible for the content nor the accessibility of the web sites listed below.