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Hillsborough County Releases Annual Water Quality Reports: Your Drinking Water Explained

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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – Residents can now access the 2023 Hillsborough County water quality reports, which detail the testing results, local water resources, and ongoing infrastructure investments.

The reports, available for each of the County’s 10 public drinking water systems, can be found at HCFL.gov/WaterQualityReports.

Ensuring Safe and Reliable Drinking Water

Hillsborough County Public Utilities provides over 78 million gallons of drinking water daily to over 715,000 residents. In 2023 alone, their team collected over 7,700 water samples and performed over 33,000 tests to guarantee consistent quality.

Finding Your Water Report

The website offers an interactive map. Simply enter your address to locate the report specific to your area. Printed copies are available by calling (813) 246-3146 or requesting one online. All customers will be notified about the report’s availability through their water bill.

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Transparency and Public Health

The Safe Drinking Water Act, amended in 1996, mandates annual reporting by community water systems. This ensures transparency and informs residents about their water source, treatment processes, and regulatory compliance.

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