Water Quality Report

Bellevue’s high-quality drinking water comes from the Tolt River and Cedar River watersheds, and meets or exceeds all state and federal drinking water standards. Stringent testing throughout the year shows that your water is safe.

In accordance with the federal Safe Drinking Water Act, the city provides a water quality report each year to all residential and commercial customers. Bellevue’s drinking water meets or exceeds all state and federal drinking water standards, and this report contains information about monitoring, testing results, answers to frequently asked questions and more. A list of additional compounds monitored for but not detected is also available.

For questions about the report or your drinking water, call the Bellevue Utilities Department at 425-452-6192 or send an email to Utilities Operations and Maintenance. In addition to English, the report is available in Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, Spanish and Korean.


Frequently Asked Questions about Bellevue's Drinking Water

Annual Analysis of Cedar and Tolt Water

Substances Monitored but Not Found in Bellevue's Drinking Water


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