All community water systems are required to
prepare an annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) regarding the quality of their drinking
water and any risks associated with contaminants detected in the water. The CCR (also referred to as an "annual water quality report") must be distributed to consumers by July 1 of each year, and will summarize information from the previous calendar year.
systems may include any appropriate information to enhance their CCR. However, the reports must contain the
addition, some water systems may include public notifications for monitoring violations
or other required special notices.
Based on the number of persons served, your water system is required to deliver a CCR to each customer, publish the CCR in a local newspaper, or provide a notice stating CCRs are available upon request. In addition, many systems post their CCRs online.
You may also view your CCR by selecting one of the county links below. You will be directed to a list of CCRs for community water systems in each county. If your system is not listed on one of the county pages, please contact
your water supplier for the CCR.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Water Supply Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-537-3729, or call EPA's Safe Drinking Water Act Hotline at 1(800)426-4791.
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