Notice Regarding Taste/Odor of City Water

A statement from Director Curtis Skouby regarding City water taste/odor issue.

July 12, 2022 | 2 min reading time

Some of our customers may be currently experiencing a taste and/or odor in their water. It has been described as earthy, metallic or chlorine tasting. Although you may not be experiencing the great tasting water you are accustomed to, we are continuously monitoring and testing our drinking water to make sure it is safe to consume. We have adjusted our treatment process to mitigate the issue. We anticipate the taste issue of your drinking water will be resolved in a few days.

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