What's in my water?

The City of Stanwood is required to treat all of our water sources with chlorine. We do not add fluoride to our water.

Chlorine Tips

Reduce the taste of chlorine.

  • Put tap water in a pitcher and place in the refrigerator
  • Add a lemon wedge to your drinking water

Customers with Fish Aquariums

  • You will need to de-chlorinate the water by purchasing chemicals to remove the chlorine from the water.
  • You can purchase these chemicals at your aquarium supply store.

Water Quality

The City of Stanwood is committed to delivering the best quality drinking water. We strive in meeting the challenges of source water protection, water conservation and community education while continuing to serve the needs of all of our water users.

Consumer Confidence Report

Each year we routinely monitor the quality of all of our water sources and the distribution system to ensure that they meet the latest regulations.

View all available Consumer Confidence Reports.

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1. Why do I need to call before I dig?
2. What are those paint markings in front of my house?
3. Why does my water smell?
4. Why is my water discolored?
5. What is the Pesticide Sensitivity Registry?
6. How do I report a street light problem?
7. What are the "dos and don’ts" of home sewers?
8. What if my sewer backs up?
9. How do I get a Hydrant Use Permit?
10. Do I have a water leak?
11. What is the city's water service area?
12. What's in my water?