Brevard County Utility Services Drinking Water

The Safe Drinking Water Act requires all public drinking water providers to issue an annual report to customers which summarizes water quality and compliance issues that occurred during the previous year.

The latest water quality reports are now available! Please select either Mims, Barefoot Bay (BFB), or San Sebastian Woods below to review the water quality information.

Looking for guidance on how to read Water Quality Reports and why they are required? Please review the EPA's informative EPA Guide to Water Quality Reports.

Available Documents

The following documents are available to the public via Public Records Request. If you need the document(s) in an alternate format for accessibility purposes (e.g. Braille, large print, audio, etc.) or in Section 508 compliant format please note that in the request. Note: this may take additional time.
  • Rate Resolution Barefoot Bay
  • Rate Resolution Brevard County

Fluoridation Information

Brevard County Utility Services Department provides fluoridation at the Mims Drinking Water Facility.

For more information about fluoridation of drinking water, please visit the following sites:

To Learn More About Water Conservation:

Water Management District Water Conservation

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