Pasadena to mail annual water report to residents
The City of Pasadena has announced it will be mailing its "Annual Drinking Water Quality Report" to residents in the next few days.
The report will include information about Pasadena's water quality, which is declared to be safely within all contaminant measurement ranges.
This year, the report will also include water conservation tips to educate water users about the importance of safeguarding the city's supply of clean water, which could yield a significant savings in wasteful water consumption.
Residents will also find information about identifying their property's risk as a flood-prone area, as well as steps to take now to minimize the chance of property loss and damage by flooding. The importance of flood insurance and what to do if a person is caught by rapidly rising water can also be found in the report.
For more information, call the City of Pasadena's Engineering Department at 713-475-7835 or the Pasadena Action Line at 713-475-5555. Maps and information about flood preparedness and mitigation can be found at the central library in Pasadena or on the FEMA website at www.fema.gov.
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