The City of Rochester provides potable water to its residents. Each property that has an active, metered service can consume water from the distribution system.
The City offers a wide array of aquatic amenities and programs, including an beach, an Olympic-sized outdoor pool and several spray-play areas and year-round indoor pools.
Inadequate water pressure and volume may be caused by several factors including the buildup of minerals and deposits inside a water service, a leak in a service, faulty inside plumbing, or a plugged meter or service. Residents with inadequate water supply or pressure may request that the City of Rochester perform a water pressure and volume test to determine the cause of the problem.
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The City of Rochester is proud to supply its residents with clean, high quality water. The Bureau of Water annually produces a Water Quality Report that provides residents with information on the quailty of drinking water, news on the water system, details on the source of drinking water and its treatment and test results.
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