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Your 2020 DWP Consumer Confidence Report is here…

Post Date:06/22/2020 9:00 AM

The City of Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) has served the City since 1886. Corona DWP is dedicated to protecting public health by providing the highest quality water, reclaimed water and electric service, as well as efficient water reclamation. As such, the Consumer Confidence Report is published yearly to keep you informed. 

Message from your Corona DWP:

Over the course of the past year the City of Corona Department of Water & Power (DWP) has remained committed to advancing the water system, ensuring the community is provided the highest quality drinking water. We are excited to share a few completed and upcoming projects:

The City Park Ion Exchange Treatment Plant (City Park IXTP) consists of seven ion exchange treatment vessels designed to reduce nitrate and perchlorate levels from groundwater wells. Corona DWP took advantage of grants offered to construct this new Treatment Facility to aid in providing exceptional potable water.

The Keith Water Storage Tank is currently under construction with an expected completion date of early 2021. This 2.5-million- gallon pre-stressed concrete tank will provide additional operational, emergency, and fire flow storage in the City’s water distribution system. 

The Mangular Blend Station is an upcoming project that will allow the blending of surface and groundwater sources, and the ability to boost water into higher pressure zones, adding redundancy and reliability to the water distribution system.

This Consumer Confidence Report provides information with respect to the water produced and distributed in 2019. This summary provides water quality data, outlines where the water comes from, and how it compares to state standards. We are pleased to report that your tap water met all United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and State drinking water health standards. The Department of Water & Power’s staff helped ensure that our system did not exceed any of the primary Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs).

We invite you to browse the Consumer Confidence Report to learn more!

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