Each year, the City of Toledo provides water customers with the annual water quality report (also known as the consumer confidence report). The report informs customers how the water quality compares to federal and state drinking water standards. It provides details on the water source and the quality of the drinking water, and it is required by the Oregon Health Administration.
In 2016, the City of Toledo tested and detected contaminants which were well below allowable levels and no health based violations were reported.
In an effort to be more economically and environmentally responsible, the 2016 annual report will not be printed and mailed to each household. However, the report can be viewed online at www.cityoftoledo.org…
Customers can receive a printed version by visiting Toledo City Hall at 206 N Main Street or Toledo Public Library at 173 NW 7th Street in Toledo. Customers can also request a copy by contacting the Public Works Office at 541-336-2247 ext. 2130 or by mailing a request for the report to City Hall, PO Box 220, Toledo OR 97391.
For questions about the report or for more information on how the City of Toledo maintains the safety of the drinking water, contact the Water Treatment Plant at 541-336-2610.