Water Quality

COVID-19 update from City of Everett

Information about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is available on the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) website

DOH has compiled a list of useful COVID-19 resources for drinking water system owners and operators at the top of their main Drinking Water webpage.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Water Transmission and COVID-19 webpage.

  1. Two Everett Public Works counters to close temporarily

    Permit Services and Utility Services operations will continue with online and telephone access only Read on...
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Drinking water in the news

PFAS

Statement on perfluoroalkyl substances PFAS (PDF).

Statement on Environmental Working Group (PDF).

Testing

Everett conducts a comprehensive water quality testing program to ensure our water is safe to drink. Each year, we test for more than 100 possible contaminants and report key findings in our Annual Drinking Water Quality Report to citizens. We are happy to provide this information because we want you to know where your drinking water comes from, how it is treated and that it meets, or exceeds, all government standards.

Annual water quality reports

View or download our 2018 Water Quality Report (PDF), published in 2019. You can also review our Water Quality Report Archives.

See our 2019 Detailed Water Quality Summary (PDF) for a complete listing of all substances that were tested for in 2019.