The EPA requires community water systems to provide Consumer Confidence Reports (CCRs) to our customers. These reports provide information about your local drinking water quality.
The CCRs summarize data regarding water sources (e.g., rivers, lakes, reservoirs, or aquifers), detected contaminants, compliance details, and educational information.
The District encourages public interest and participation in our decisions affecting drinking water. The Board of Trustees meets regularly at The District's Operations Facility located at 12560 Middleton Pike, Bowling Green. The public is welcome to attend these meetings and can ask questions or express concerns if desired.
Construction Near the District
If you take I-75 to get to The District offices, be prepared for a detour. The Ohio Department of Transportation will close the I-75bridge and interchange ramps, along with portions of SR 582 from Mercer Road to Caris Road for road and bridge work.
How To get to The District
We recommend you take SR 25 to SR 582 to avoid the closure. The closure is expected to last through mid-June.
School's out for summer, but we'd like to thank all of the teachers and students who participated in our Water and Environment Teacher Education Resources (WATER) grant program.
In May, The District presented Lake Local Schools with two grants for a total of $1,000 to go toward teaching students about clean water. The District also presented Northwood Middle School with a WATER grant in April and Eastwood High School a $500 grant in March.
According to District President Jerry Greiner, " We are proud to support our teachers in helping students learn about protecting our number one resource, our water." In addition to the funding, The District also offers opportunities for grant participants to tour local water and wastewater treatment plants, presentations from The District team members, and more.
District Board of Trustees Meetings is held on the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 7:30 a.m. Board meetings are open to the public.
- Happy fathers day, Sunday, June, 16
- The District Office will be closed.on Thursday, July 4, Independence Day
District-Wide Hydrant Flushing
On weekdays from 8 am until 3:30 pm, crews will be flushing and testing fire hydrants throughout The District. Residents are advised to flush water from taps if water becomes discolored.
Northwood/Rossford-Lead Service Line Replacement
Through June, lane restrictions are possible in Northwood & Rossford for restoration. Project investment: $900,000.
Perrysburg Township-Waterline Improvements
Through July, intermittent lane restrictions are possible on Tracy & McNerney Roads for waterline improvements. Additionally, lane restrictions are possible at the intersection of Oregon Road and Caple Boulevard. Project investment of $155,000
Through June, watch for shoulder restrictions on roads north of Eagle Point Road for sewer lining. Project investment: $767,000.
Through August, short-term water service shut-offs are possible in various locations in Weston for meter relocation. Project investment: $303,000.
New WaterShed Coming Soon
The District will be opening a new WaterShed location at 989 S. Main Street in Bowling Green.