The Drinking Water Section is responsible for regulating
public water systems under the Safe Drinking Water Act
through inspections, permitting and enforcement activities to
ensure the safety, health and welfare of the public.
Through inspections of these drinking water facilities, staff members
evaluate chemical and bacteriological water quality, proper operation
and maintenance protocol and determine if facilities have sufficient
capacity for their demand. In those instances when facilities are
not in compliance with applicable regulations, staff members initiate
appropriate civil and/or criminal action to correct any problems.
Lastly, the permitting staff ensures that newly constructed public water
systems are appropriately designed and in full compliance with all rules
under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
The Northeast District is currently
undergoing a reorganization in order to provide a higher level
of service to the residents of Florida.
Please check back at this site often for updates on
staffing changes and new information regarding the regulation
of public water systems.
Has a PW staff member exceeded your expectations?
Please take the time to provide feedback using the
WATER STAFF - CONTACT INFORMATION
Monthly Operating Reports, Bacteriological or Chemical
Results can be submitted to
2017 Monitoring Requirements
Monitoring information for
2017 is provided by county below.
Individual letters are only provided for community water
systems (CWS) and non-transient non-community (NTNC)
Transient non-community sampling (TNC) is summarized
Click on the county name to
open a file listing all CWS and NTNC systems in Public
Water System (PWS) ID Number order. Lists are
Adobe Acrobat files, (Download
the free Reader Software from Adobe.)
After you open the file,
you may then use the find function (the find field in
the Edit menu on the Adobe toolbar) to locate your
Or right click and choose
search from the popup menu to find your system by name
or ID number.
Chemical Report Review Guide is available on our
Forms and Information page
It is ultimately the responsibility of the
facility owners to ensure all monitoring is completed
and results are submitted timely to the Department.
The information provided in these letters is a good
faith assessment of the monitoring requirements for each
system and we have sought to provide accurate
information. Any questions,
should be directed to the inspectors.
We strongly encourage all
systems to conduct sampling early within the designated
This will allow time for resamples, if necessary.
All Community Water Systems are required to provide
customers with a Consumer Confidence Reports or Water
Quality Report annually.
It is due to customers by July 1st,
with a copy of the Certification of Delivery due August
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