Find 22935 water departments, districts, authorities, boards, and services. Water departments are municipal utilities that provide information on drinking water, treatment plants, sewage treatment, conservation and testing.
Charlottesville Water Department 706 Forest Street Charlottesville VA 22903 15.5 miles from 22935 434-975-0224
Harrisonburg Water Department 2155 Beery Rd Harrisonburg VA 22801 21.0 miles from 22935 540-434-6783
Bridgewater Water Department 201 Green Street Bridgewater VA 22812 24.1 miles from 22935 540-828-0136
Staunton Water Department 1771 Englewood Dr Staunton VA 24401 29.1 miles from 22935 540-332-3892
Culpeper County Water Department 351 Lakeside Drive Culpeper VA 22701 33.4 miles from 22935 540-825-8591
Culpeper Waste Water 15048 Service Lane Culpeper VA 22701 35.2 miles from 22935 540-825-1960
Woodstock Water Treatment 145 Broadview Lane Woodstock VA 22664 42.3 miles from 22935 540-459-5513
Front Royal Water Treatment 15 N Royal Ave Front Royal VA 22630 50.1 miles from 22935 540-636-7474
Front Royal Water Plant MANASSAS AVENUE Ext Front Royal VA 22630 51.4 miles from 22935 540-635-3733
Strasburg Water Plant 388 West Queen Street Strasburg VA 22657 51.8 miles from 22935 540-465-3008
Amherst Water Plant 208 Grandview Drive Amherst VA 24521 52.0 miles from 22935 434-946-1267
The Safe Drinking Water Act sets standards for water quality and safety, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to enforce the Act. Bottled water is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Regulations that protect public drinking water systems do not apply to privately owned wells. Owners of private wells are responsible for ensuring the quality and safety of their well water, including selecting a suitable site for wells and testing for contaminants.
A boil water advisory is a notification from a government or public health agency to consumers that the drinking water supply may be contaminated with a pathogen. To disinfest water during a boil water advisory, water should be boiled at a rapid boil for at least one minute at sea level or three minutes at high altitudes.