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Posted on: May 16, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Annual report shows Boerne's drinking water meets or exceeds EPA requirements

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The City of Boerne's drinking water has once again been proven to meet or exceed all federal requirements set by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The 2021 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report has been released and contains important information about the source and quality of the drinking water supplied by Boerne Utilities. The analysis was made by using the data from the most recent EPA-required tests.

Click here to see the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report.

To request a paper copy of the report to be delivered to your home, please call (830) 248-1538.

Previous Water Quality Reports

For the past several years, the City’s drinking water has met or exceeded all federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drinking water requirements. Click here to see reports from previous years.

Help Protect Boerne’s Water Supply – Call 811

The leading cause of pipeline damage is the failure to call and obtain information regarding the pipeline’s location. Damage to an underground water, sewer, gas, or electric pipeline, as seemingly as insignificant as a scratch or a dent, can cause a leak.

State law requires that you contact a state one call center before beginning excavation on your property. The process is as simple as dialing 811 from your home phone or your cellphone. You will be connected with a state one call center. The one call center will notify the City of Boerne to locate city owned underground utilities in the area of your planned excavation.

Whether it is as simple as planting a tree or building a fence, make the call. It’s quick, simple and free!

Learn more about Texas 811.

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