According to the annual consumer confidence report, assessing the city's drinking water last year, San Angelo did not have any violations for any regulated contaminants.
San Angelo will continue to use free-chlorine to disinfect our public drinking water, causing a chlorine odor and noticeable taste; this process is expected to be complete in two to three weeks.
Water Quality Superintendent, Tymn Combest, says the taste and quality of our water should improve when the Hickory Aquifer comes on-line this Fall.
The city is replacing 20,000 feet of water mains, in the next two years, costing over $1 million (M).
Currently, San Angelo's water supply is at 30 months.
If you would like to view the full water report you can visit the city's website.
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