The City of Longmont is proud to report that we met all drinking water regulations last year.
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The City of Longmont department of Public Works & Natural Resources is pleased to announce the 2018 Water Quality Report is available online at bit.ly/drinking-water-longmont. You will find information about Longmont’s drinking water and results of the most recent tests that were done on the drinking water. The City’s Water Quality laboratory,
which is State-certified, performs most of the tests on your drinking water and the rest are done by contract laboratories. This ensures that the water delivered to your tap meets or exceeds the standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Printed copies are available to view at the Library (409 4th Avenue), Utility Billing (350 Kimbark Street), and the Service Center (1100 S Sherman Street). If you don’t have access to the internet and cannot view one of the publicly available copies, please call 303-651-8416 and someone will help you obtain a printed copy; the information contained in the report can also be provided in Spanish upon request. If you previously signed up to request a printed copy, you should get it in the mail during the month of May.