View water quality reports for Hillsborough County

Together with Tampa Bay Water, the region’s wholesale water supplier, we routinely monitor for contaminants and provide annual water quality reports to our customers.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires monitoring for more than 80 drinking water contaminants, which are included in annual water quality reports if they are detected. Some of the data in the reports is more than a year old, because the concentrations of some contaminants are not expected to vary significantly from year to year.

Which Is my water system?

We operate 10 community public water systems, and each system has its own report. Use the map below and type your address in the white box to find out which report is for your area.

2023 Water Quality reports

We operate 10 community public water systems, and each system has its own report. These are the most up-to-date reports. New reports are published annually in June for the previous year.

Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation such as large print or an interpreter, should email the Hillsborough County ADA Officer or call (813) 276-8401; TTY: 7-1-1.

Additional reports

Prefer a mailed report?

If you want your report mailed to you, complete this form. If you have questions about the report or need more information, call (813) 246-3146. Leave a detailed message with your name, mailing address, ZIP code, phone number, and which system report you are referring to and someone from our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Resources and monitoring reports

  • Water Quality Concerns - Here are some tips for troubleshooting water quality concerns. You can also call the Water Quality Hotline at (813) 264-3835 or file a report.
  • Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR5) - View the UCMR5 reports for various county water systems. Results will be posted when they become available.
  • PFAS - Hillsborough County is committed to providing safe, high-quality drinking water to customers that meets all regulatory standards. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued new health advisory levels for a group of man-made chemicals in drinking water called PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances). See PFAS results and more information.
Last Modified: 6/5/2024, 12:38:03 PM

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