Jefferson County manages 9 Group A water systems in total across East Jefferson County. As part of its compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act, Jefferson County PUD produces annual reports on the previous year’s water quality testing results. The reports are also known as Consumer Confidence Reports or CCRs. Links to CCRs for each Group A water system are linked below. Paper copies of each or all reports can be obtained upon request by phone, in-person at the PUD offices, or via this link.
Water quality sampling results can also be found at the Washington State Department of Health’s “Sentry Internet” website. Search by water system name and click the “Samples” tab to find links to water sample testing results. For more information, or previous year’s copies, email email@example.com or call customer service at (360)385-5800.
Current Consumer Confidence Reports (2022)
System Name, Description, & Link to CCR
- Bywater Bay : Shine Rd, Bywater Way, and areas west of Hood Canal Bridge
- Coyle: Community of Coyle at the south end of the Toandos Peninsula
- Gardiner: Off of Highway 101, near Clallam County line, community of Gardiner
- Lazy C: Lazy C community off of Dosewallips River Road in Brinnon
- Mats View: Off of Oak Bay Road, north of Port Ludlow
- Quilcene: Community of Quilcene and the downtown core along Highway 101
- Quimper: Beckett Point to Kala Point, south to the Tri-Area (Port Hadlock, Irondale, Chimacum) including Marrowstone Island
- Snow Creek : Off of Highway 101 south of junction with SR104
- Triton Cove: Near Mason County line
Water Use Efficiency Reports and Goals
Water Read Routes – Quimper Map
In 2007, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) established a Water Use Efficiency Program to ensure efficient operation and management of water systems. With it came new requirements which require municipal water supplies to set conservation goals and report annually on their performance to customers and DOH. Jefferson County PUD’s Board of Commissioners held a Special Meeting on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 to discuss the PUD’s 2020-2025 Water Use Efficiency goals. These goals provide benchmarks for achievement and play a significant role in helping the utility and its customers conserve our limited water resources. Approved Water Use Efficiency Goals.
2021 Water Use Efficiency Reports
2013 – 2019 Water Production Spreadsheets