Water Quality Notices

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In 2016 and 2017, Dublin San Ramon Services District informed customers regarding bacteria in drinking water during routine sampling as described below. In all of these situations, the water was safe to drink at all times. There was never an emergency requiring customers to take action.

  • Samples from two areas of the DSRSD water system tested positive for total coliform bacteria and E. coli bacteria on August 2, 2017. However, follow-up samples subsequently tested clean, and the DSRSD water system did not exceed the drinking water standard (maximum contaminant level) for these bacteria. DSRSD notified customers in the affected areas at the request of the State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water.
  • Samples from two areas of the DSRSD water system exceeded the drinking water standard (maximum contaminant level) for total coliform bacteria in the fall of 2016. DSRSD notified customers in the affected areas.

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Who was affected?

  • What are coliform and E. coli bacteria?

  • What are you doing to prevent reoccurrence?

Please read the customer notices linked below for additional information. If you have questions, contact Operations Manager Jeff Carson (925-875-2345).

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