The City of Fort Lauderdale has been providing water to the community since 1926. The City processes millions of gallons of water per day and we are committed to protecting our water resources and providing customers with a clean, dependable supply of high-quality drinking water.
The City routinely monitors for drinking water contaminants according to federal and state laws, rules and regulations.
As part of the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires the City of Fort Lauderdale, and all community water systems, to provide its customers with a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), commonly referred to as the Water Quality Report, by July 1 each year.
This report provides important information about regulated drinking water contaminants and their health effects, the City’s water source and the water treatment process.
Direct Mail Delivery Option
The EPA now allows community water systems to provide their CCRs electronically. Utility customers who prefer to receive a paper copy of the Annual Water Quality Report by mail still have that option. Customers who prefer to receive a paper copy of the CCR by mail must complete the online registration form below or call the 24-Hour Customer Service Center at 954-828-8000 to register.
For questions or additional information about electronic CCR delivery, please contact the 24-Hour Neighbor Center by calling 954-828-8000 or visiting www.fortlauderdale.gov/lauderserv.