Listen as Bob Allen, Director of Operations for Public Works and Natural Resources, talks about the safety and reliability of Longmont's drinking water.
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Safe and Reliable
We want to assure you that Longmont’s drinking water remains safe for you to use and that you’ll continue to have an uninterrupted supply of drinking water, during the COVID-19 outbreak and every day.
Here are a few other things you should know:
- We have a drinking water supply that comes from clean and natural sources in the Rockies – it’s easy to treat to create safe drinking water.
- We are constantly treating your drinking water through advanced treatment processes and testing it to make sure it’s safe.
- COVID-19 is not a waterborne disease, it’s a respiratory disease that’s spread more like a common cold, but even so, our treatment processes remove viruses.
- We have excellent plans and well-trained staff that make us resilient to unexpected events like floods, epic snow storms, power outages, and now, COVID-19. You can expect a continuous and uninterrupted supply of drinking water.
Follow the steps our drinking water goes through on its way to you >
View our most recent annual Water Quality Report below. The 2019 Water Quality Report will be available May 1, 2020, on this same webpage.
Still have questions or concerns? Call us at 303-651-8416 and we’ll do the best we can to answer your questions.
We are always committed to providing safe and reliable drinking water for our community. Always.
Annual Water Quality Report
The City of Longmont annual Water Quality Report provides information about Longmont's drinking water and the results of thousands of tests performed on the water during the year. We hope this report answers any questions you may have about your drinking water.
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