WSA has been supplying Douglas County with the highest quality drinking water possible since 1986 and has never had a water quality violation in its history. Douglas County’s drinking water supply is surface water drawn from the Dog River Reservoir located in western Douglas County and then treated at the Bear Creek Water Treatment Plant.
In 1996, Congress amended the Safe Drinking Water Act. This amendment added a provision requiring that all community water systems deliver to their customers a brief annual water quality report. These Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR’s) summarize the information that water systems collect in order to comply with regulations. The CCR includes information on your source water, the levels of any detected contaminants, and compliance with drinking water rules, plus some educational material.
Each year in May or June, WSA publishes the Annual CCR. CCR’s cover the testing done for the previous year (i.e., The 2009 report is for the information gathered throughout 2008.). To read the latest CCR, or to look back through previous ones, please click below.
2012 Water Quality Report
2011 Water Quality Report
2010 Water Quality Report