The City of Wilsonville has released the “2016 Annual Water Quality Report,” which documents results of the City’s 2015 water-quality monitoring and testing. This report lists the regulated contaminants that may be detected in treated water and the sample results from Wilsonville’s water system.
The report shows that in every category of chemical measurement, including lead, that the City’s water quality surpasses all federal and state standards for drinking water. Distribution of the Annual Water Quality Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), is required of all community water systems under the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act amendments by July 1 of each year.
Delora Kerber, the City’s Public Works Director, said that, “The City of Wilsonville is proud of the safe, high-quality drinking water we provide to our citizens as is validated in the annual water quality report.”
Copies of the “2016 Annual Water Quality Report” are available at City Hall and the Library, and online at the City’s website, www.ci.wilsonville.or.us/WaterQualityReport. Paper copies of the report are available at City Hall and the Public Library and upon request.