Water Treatment Plant
The Flint Water Treatment Plant employees are responsible for operating the water supply and purification system, including three drinking water reservoirs, four pump stations, four dams on the Flint River, and the water quality testing laboratory.
The Water Plant, which was originally constructed in 1952, underwent a major renovation in April 2014. The renovations allows the City to filter and purify higher volumes raw water of which is to be supplied as a potable water to the City residents and service areas. Flint currently purchases treated Lake Huron Water from Detroit as its primary water source.
Should there be any water quality complaints or requests for technical information regarding water quality, Holloway Reservoir, Kearsley Lake, Thread Lake, and Flint River water levels call (810) 787-6537 for assistance.
City Officials Address Questions Regarding Water Shut Offs
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Flint Utilities Administrator Responds to Chlorine Supply Concerns Noted by EPA Officials
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Annual Water Quality Report for City of Flint
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