Consumer Confidence Reports
The Annual Water Quality Report, also called the Consumer Confidence Report, is provided annually by the Indian Wells Valley Water District. Each report contains a summary of the hundreds of laboratory tests performed on our water each year.
To provide you with a better understanding of the quality of your drinking water, we have made our yearly report available to you online in an easy to read format. You may also contact our office at (760) 375-5086 to have a hard copy mailed to you. You can also pick up a copy in our front lobby at 500 W. Ridgecrest Blvd.
Public Health Goals Reports
Public water systems in California serving greater than 10,000 connections are required to prepare a report containing information on 1) detection of any contaminant in drinking water at a level exceeding a Public Health Goal (PHG), 2) estimate of costs to remove detected contaminants to below the Public Health Goal using best available technology, and 3) health risks for each contaminant exceeding a Public Health Goal.
The report has been designed to be as informative as possible, without unnecessary duplication of information contained in the Consumer Confidence Reports, which are made available to customers by July 1st of each year.
There is no regulatory guidance explaining requirements for the preparation of Public Health Goal reports. However, a workgroup of the Association of California Water Agencies Water Quality Committee has prepared suggested guidelines for water utilities to use in preparing Public Health Goal reports. These guidelines were used in the preparation of this report. The State of California provides the Association of California Water Agencies with numerical health risks and category of health risk information for contaminants with Public Health Goals. This health risk information is appended to the Association of California Water Agencies guidelines.