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When you turn on your tap, you expect the water to be pure, healthy and tasty. That is why we work hard to deliver water that meets or exceeds all state and federal health standards. In fact, we are proud to say we have never violated any Environmental Protection Agency water quality standard.
Here's how we deliver safe and tasty water to you:
So turn on your tap and enjoy a glass of tasty and healthy water anytime day or night.Water Filtration Process
We work hard to make sure that high-quality drinking water flows from your tap. But sometimes pipe maintenance or other issues can affect the taste, odor or color of your water.Learn more
Lead in the environment
There are many sources of lead in the environment, including dust, soil, air, food and water as well as residues from the discontinued use of leaded paint and leaded gasoline. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provides simple steps that you can take to lower your chances of exposure to lead.
Lead in drinking water
Public health is our highest priority. We care about the health of the families that drink our water and we want to help limit your exposure to lead in drinking water. The main source of lead in water in the Eugene area is old household plumbing. Lead solder was commonly used in homes built or plumbed with copper pipes before 1986. Lead also can be found in brass faucets and fixtures installed prior to 2014.Learn more
Our technicians as well as independent laboratories collect and test more than 85,000 samples from source to tap each year. Click the links below to view the most current reports:
Annual water quality report
The report contains important information about our drinking water and our water system.
Testing results summary
The summary contains our water quality testing results.
Check out answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about our water.Water Quality FAQs
Protecting the McKenzie River Watershed helps to ensure excellent drinking water quality for customers and residents today and into the future.
Check out ideas for saving water inside and outside of your home. You can also take advantage of our rebates for sprinkler timers and high efficiency toilets.
Winter can bring icy winds and below freezing temperatures, which can do a lot of damage to your home. Protect your home and keep water flowing by preparing now.