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All water delivered to Pico Water District customers comes from groundwater wells drilled in our service area. The quality of groundwater delivered to your home is presented in this report. The  Water Quality Report reflects that the Pico Water District water quality is safe to drink and meets all federal and state requirements for drinking water.

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The water provided to the public by the Pico Water District currently meets and exceeds all State and Federal drinking water standards and is therefore safe to drink per California Health and Safety Code section 116681 definition (l).

Pico Water District tests its drinking water supply regularly for unsafe levels of chemicals, radioactivity and bacteria at the source and in the distribution system. All water quality tests are conducted by specially trained technicians working in state-certified laboratories. For more information about the quality of the water,  please the PDF's below.

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Water Quality

Annual Water Quality Report

All water delivered to Pico Water District customers comes from groundwater wells drilled in our service area. The quality of groundwater delivered to your home is presented in this report. The  Water Quality Report reflects that the Pico Water District water quality is safe to drink and meets all federal and state requirements for drinking water.

Pico Water District Water Is Safe To Use

The water provided to the public by the Pico Water District currently meets and exceeds all State and Federal drinking water standards and is therefore safe to drink per California Health and Safety Code section 116681 definition (l).

Pico Water District tests its drinking water supply regularly for unsafe levels of chemicals, radioactivity and bacteria at the source and in the distribution system. All water quality tests are conducted by specially trained technicians working in state-certified laboratories. For more information about the quality of the water,  please the PDF's below.

Pico Water District

Location 4843 S. Church St.
Pico Rivera, CA
90660-2102
Mailing Address PO Box 758
Pico Rivera, CA
90660-0758
Phone: 562.692.3756 Fax: 562.692.5627

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