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The City of Sacramento Department Of Utilities publishes several types of reports, including ones required by State and Federal regulators.

If you are looking for a report that is not located on this page, call 916-808-1400.

Consumer Confidence Report

The Consumer Confidence Report helps City of Sacramento water customers understand where their tap water comes from and what it contains.

City water supplies are routinely tested for more than 100 substances to confirm that they meet or exceed all federal and state drinking water standards.

Urban Water Management Plan

An Urban Water Management Plan is a report that assesses the availability and reliability of water supplies, as well as current and projected water use, to help ensure reliable water service under different conditions.

This water supply planning is critical for California, as climate change is resulting in changes in rainfall and snowfall, which impact water supply availability and development is occurring throughout the State resulting in increased needs for reliable water supplies. 

Public Health Goals Report

The California Health and Safety Code requires that public water systems with 10,000 or more service connections prepare a special report every three years if water quality measurements exceed a Public Health Goal.

The report must be completed by July 1 of the year in which it is due and new reports are required every three years.