Bloomfield Township Water Quality

FAQs About Lead and Copper in Water

2023 Annual Quality Water Report

Bloomfield Township is pleased to inform you that in 2023, as in past years, we have surpassed the water quality standards required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). The 2023 Annual Water Quality Report describes the source of our water, lists our test results, and contains important information about water and health. This report is intended to provide consumer understanding of drinking water and to heighten awareness of the need to protect our precious water resources. We hope this report addresses any drinking water quality concerns you might have.

Click the link below to read the report.

2023 Water Quality Report

Protecting Our Drinking Water

Did you know that YOU could pollute your own drinking water without realizing it? A cross connection is a direct or potential arrangement of drinking water piping that is or can be connected to a questionable source. Elimination of cross connections is an important step in protecting the water that we drink. 

Read more about the Township's Cross Connection Program.

Conserve Water

The Township purchases water from Southeast Oakland County Water Authority (SOCWA) instead of directly from Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD). Lowering the Township’s maximum daily and peak water demands may result in lowering the rate charged by SOCWA. Reducing water usage during peak demand periods will provide better reliability of the system’s operating pressures for fire prevention.

Read more about conserving water.