The Communications Department at the City of Flint is continuing to work with our partner organizations to answer any questions that may not have been answered during the Secondary Water Infrastructure Forum. The responses will be posted here
How can residents be assured that the water is safe?
The water quality in the City of Flint has tested below the state and federal standards for the past six consecutive rounds based on the standard set by Michigan’s Lead and Copper Rule established by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Residents can learn more about the City of Flint’s safe water initiatives here.
How could LANG do road construction last year without a contract?
LANG received approval from the State of Michigan and the City of Flint to fill potholes with asphalt as a temporary fix during the completion of restoration work in Flint.
What is the web address for residents who may be interested in joining the Water Advisory Council, and how often does the Council meet?
Residents can email the Water System Advisory Council at [email protected] to learn more about council recruitment and meeting schedule.