Arizona Cold Water Quality Report

"This year’s calendar covers July 2019 through June 2020, a 12-month journey exploring the vast beauty and recreational opportunities offered by Arizona’s waterways."

The city of Avondale’s annual water quality report is available in a calendar format. Avondale residents and businesses are invited to look in the mail box, or pick up a copy at City Hall.

This year’s calendar covers July 2019 through June 2020, a 12-month journey exploring the vast beauty and recreational opportunities offered by Arizona’s waterways. Each month highlights different and interesting facts about the various reservoirs, dams, rivers and wetlands that make everyday living in Arizona possible, as well as information from Avondale Public Works highlighting water quality, conservation, recycling and bulk trash.

This is the 13th year the city has provided residents this report in a friendly mid-year calendar format.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Arizona Department of Environmental Quality require community water systems to put annual drinking water quality reports into the hands of their customers. These reports (also known as consumer confidence reports), enable Americans to make practical, knowledgeable decisions about their health and their environment. Avondale residents this week received the water quality consumer confidence report in the mail, which covers all testing completed from January through December 2018. In this report, residents are assured that their drinking water is safe and in full compliance with all state and federal requirements.

The annual water quality report is available electronically on the city’s website at avondaleaz.gov/waterqualityreport. Calendar versions of the report are also made available for pick up at Avondale City Hall (11465 W. Civic Center Drive).

For more information contact the Public Works Department — Esmie Avila at 623-333-4400 or at eavila@avondaleaz.gov.