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Water Quality Report

Consumer Confidence Reports (CCRs)

The preparation of CCRs is required by Health & Safety Code §116470 and California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Article 20Health & Safety Code §116470(b) also requires public water systems with more than 10,000 service connections that detect contaminants above their public health goals (PHGs) to provide PHG exceedance reports every three years and to hold public hearings regarding their reports.

The 2023 CCR should cover water quality data from January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023. The 2023 CCR must be completed and distributed to consumers by July 1, 2024. Certification that our water system completed our 2023 CCR and provided it to consumers must be submitted to the Division of Drinking Water (DDW) District Office by October 1, 2024.

Apple Valley Foothill_CCR2023.pdf
It's part of a 2023 Consumer Confidence Report about water quality from the Apple Valley Foothill County Water District.
Glossary of water quality terms from a Consumer Confidence Report.
A document detailing sources and contaminants of drinking water, water regulations, and detected contaminants.
A water quality report showing no detection of coliform bacteria and no months in violation for a given period.
A water quality report showing lead, copper, sodium, and hardness sampling results with detected levels and sources.
A water quality report table showing fluoride and nitrate levels within primary standards and chloride, sulfate, TDS, conductivity within secondary standards.
A Consumer Confidence Report discussing drinking water contaminants, vulnerabilities for some people, and lead-related health information.