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Water Department

Mark Caldwell - Water Superintendent

Alexandria Drinking Water Quality Report

The City is pleased to present your drinking water quality report required by IDEM and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. This report explains where Alexandria’s drinking water comes from, the quality of the drinking water, and where residents can obtain other government information on drinking water.
According to Federal and State laws, Alexandria’s Water Works routinely monitors your drinking water. This report shows the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 31 of each year. Alexandria’s drinking water comes from groundwater wells, approximately 120 feet deep, located East of SR 9 and South of Old Mill Creek Road at the water works facility. The Common name of the Aquifer from which the city draws its drinking water is the Wisconsin Till and Silurian Devonian Aquifer System. To ensure the tap water is safe, EPA prescribes regulations limiting the amount of contaminants in water provided by public water systems.

2022 Drinking Water Quality Report

Reports from previous years can be requested by email to the Water Superintendent.

Consumer Confidence Reports