The City of Monrovia's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report, is a state-mandated document that includes details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to state standards.
The City's Utility Division provides the Annual Water Quality Report. This report complies with the regulations under the Safe Drinking Water Act that requires water utilities to provide detailed water quality information to each of their customers on an annual basis.
The City is committed to providing you with this information about your water supply, because we believe that customers who are well-informed are the best allies in supporting improvements necessary to maintain the highest drinking water standards.
The Water Quality Report is completed each June and provided in July.
Annual Water Quality Report
- 2019 Water Quality Report (1.8 MB)
- 2018 Water Quality Report
- 2017 Water Quality Report
- 2016 Water Quality Report
- 2015 Water Quality Report
- 2014 Water Quality Report
- 2013 Water Quality Report
- 2012 Water Quality Report
- 2011 Water Quality Report
- 2010 Water Quality Report
- 2009 Water Quality Report
- 2008 Water Quality Report
Lead and Copper Rule Compliance
In 1991 the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established regulations to control lead and copper in drinking water, to be known as the Lead and Copper Rule. According to this rule, the City of Monrovia must perform sampling at identified testing points on a tri- annual basis. Pursuant to the Lead and Copper Rule, the action level for lead is a test result of 0.015 ug/L or 15 parts per billion.
At the below links are more information about the Lead and Copper Rule as well as the City's lead test results for the last 4 testing years.
- Lead and Copper Rule Fact Sheet
- 2018 Lead Testing Results
- 2015 Lead Testing Results
- 2012 Lead Testing Results
- 2009 Lead Testing Results
Lead Testing in Schools- AB 746
AB 746 became effective on January 1, 2018 and it required that water systems, like the City of Monrovia, test the drinking water for lead at all public K-12 schools. The City completed this testing by July 1, 2019, in accordance with the legislation. The results of this testing returned non-detectable levels of lead in the water for all school sites in Monrovia.