Drinking Water Quality Report
As of Friday January 17, 2014, Fort Wayne City Utilities' drinking water turbidity (water clarity) is 0.06 NTU. This is below the 0.3 NTU, which is the maximum established by the EPA.
The flavor profile analysis (taste and odor) is 2.5 FPN compared to our goal of 6 or less FPN.
The total hardness of Fort Wayne's drinking water is 129 parts per million, which is 7.54 grains per gallon.
The most recent tests for cryptosporidium and giardia found both to be non-detectable.
For more information on drinking water quality, you may call the City's Water Filtration Plant at 427-1254.
Annual Water Quality Report for 2012 -- published June 2013
Annual Water Quality Report for 2011 -- published June 2012
River Water Quality Report
Testing is not done in the winter months.
Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) and other sources may contribute to river water quality degradation. Water quality is considered to be degraded if levels of bacteria are greater than the standard set by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. E. coli bacteria counts should not exceed 235 organisms per 100 mls. of water.
Testing of samples as of October 14, 2013.
organisms/100 ml at the Ferguson Bridge on the St. Marys
organisms/100 ml at the Mayhew Bridge on the St. Joseph
organisms/100 ml at the Tennessee Bridge on the St. Joseph
organisms/100 ml at the Anthony Bridge on the Maumee
organisms/100 ml at the Landin Bridge on the Maumee
organisms/100 ml at the Spy Run Bridge on the St. Marys
For more information on river water quality, you may call the City's Water Pollution Control Plant at 427-1243.
200 East Berry Street ,Room 130
Fort Wayne IN 46802
7:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. M-F
7:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. M-F