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Certain devices for water filtration or softening may be harmful. Please read the Environmental Protection Agency’s filtration facts in their Water Health Series (PDF).
The Water Treatment Division of the Public Service Department is responsible for the supply, filtration, pumping and storage of potable water for the City of Kent.
The City’s water plant treats more than two million gallons of water per day (MGD), and has a capacity of 6 million gallons of water daily.
View the Consumer Confidence Report for a specific year. You can also view a map (PDF) depicting the thirty sites that are monitored for lead and copper testing.
Questions regarding water quality in the City of Kent can be directed to the Service Director at 330-678-8105.