You may have received a Consumer Confidence Report for Carmichael Water District (CWD). The Consumer Confidence report is a requirement from the California Department of Health Services Office of Drinking Water. This report is required to use mandatory language and terminology that many of our customers may not be familiar with or understand.
Many customers have asked, "I just want to know if my water is safe to drink?"
The answer is yes. The drinking water supplied to the customers of CWD meets and in most cases exceeds the State and Federal Drinking Water Standards.
Consumer Confidence Report
Each year, Carmichael Water District and other water providers are required to produce and distribute a Consumer Confidence Report that provides customers with detailed information about the sources and quality of their drinking water. The CCR summarizes testing of contaminates in drinking water during the past year and includes a comparison of the district's water quality to standards set by the California Department of Health Services (DHS) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). Carmichael Water District is proud of its excellent water quality. That's why we're pleased to present an annual Consumer Confidence Report, which demonstrates that district water meets all federal and state drinking water and health standards.
Annual Water Quality Report
While Carmichael Water District is required to list only those constituents detected at a threshold level as determined by state and federal regulations in its Consumer Confidence Report, a complete listing of all tested constituents is available in the District's Annual Water Quality Report.