City Of Greeley

Drinking Water Quality Report

The latest version of Greeley's Consumer Confidence Report is published each June, as required by federal law. It is an annual summary of the quality of drinking water treated and distributed by the City of Greeley.

The City routinely monitors for a long list of potential contaminants in our drinking water. The Safe Drinking Water Act establishes the standards for public drinking water systems in the country, including Greeley's. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency prescribes regulations that limit the amount of certain contaminants in drinking water provided by public water systems. Tap water meets more stringent and much more frequently monitored health standards than does bottled water.

In 1998, the Greeley Water Department began issuing annual Consumer Confidence Reports. Greeley water customers will receive a copy of the report in their June water bills. Water customers who do not receive water bills and those who have water quality concerns or questions should call 970-350-9846.

Reporting Year 2013
Reporting Year 2012
Reporting Year 2011
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