Water Quality Information

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Wyoming Water Works

The water processed at the Wyoming Water Plant exceeds all EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) requirements.  To meet such requirements, the Water Works Department adopted the following process

  • Lime Softening (reducing the mineral content of well water)
  • Chlorination (disinfecting the water for distribution)
  • Filtration (clarifying the water)
  • Fluoridation (to prevent dental cavities, implemented in 1953)

 View the 2022 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF).

The Consumer Confidence Report is a report on the quality and safety of the City of Wyoming’s water supply for each calendar year and is mailed to all Wyoming Water Works customers each year in June.

View a chart of Historical Water Quality Information (PDF) on Wyoming’s water.

The City of Wyoming water source is the Mill Creek Aquifer.  As a ground water purveyor, the City of Wyoming obtains its water from six deep wells within the city boundaries. The Millcreek Aquifer has a high susceptibility to contamination, due to the presence of significant potential contaminant sources; and the presence of manmade contaminants in the source water. The City of Wyoming works with the EPA in efforts to protect the aquifer. The City's EPA endorsed source water protection plan is available at the 

View the City's EPA Source Water Protection Plan (PDF).

Wyoming Water Declared “Best Of The Best” In Taste Test

At the 2018 Ohio Section American Water Works Association (AWWA) Conference held in Columbus, Wyoming water was declared “Best of the Best” in the annual blind taste test. Our water was unanimously selected as the best by four judges in the categories of appearance, flavor, and odor. Wyoming previously won this award in 2011.