Drinking Water

The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) of 1974 set monitoring requirements for drinking water treatment plants. The amendments of 1986 were implemented to further improve the quality of our drinking water. The Safe Drinking Water Act requires water treatment facilities to provide consumers with annual water quality reports. Each contaminant is monitored on a different schedule which is determined by several factors; population served violation status, health risks, etc.

The attached report provides information about your source water and analysis results. Each report is compiled using compliance data from the year specified reporting period. Analyses were performed by our lab and subcontracted labs, all of which are state-certified. Each water treatment facility is required to perform daily, monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and/or annual analyses according to a schedule set forth by the state. Violations are reported to the state and appropriate notice given via local news stations and news publications.  Please view the current report attached below.

And to learn more about your drinking water, please click on the photos and/or links below. 

 

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ASR-2

The City's water supply is supplemented through the use of Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) technology
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Bill Evers Reservoir

The Bill Evers Reservoir plays a crucial role in ensuring a reliable water supply for the City, contributing to its well-being and sustainability.

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Service Line Inventory Project

The City of Bradenton is committed to providing safe drinking water for the community by ensuring the water meets or surpasses all federal standards. The City is proactive in complying with the Environmental Protection Agency's revised Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR).