Town of Mooresville Releases 2023 Drinking Water Quality Report

The Town of Mooresville has released the 2023 Drinking Water Quality Report. The report shows there have been no significant detections of monitored contaminants set forth by state and federal guidelines. The Town conducts regular in-house testing as well as third-party testing to ensure the water residents and visitors receive is a quality product they can rely on and know is safe to drink or use.

The Town’s water supply comes from Lake Norman and is routinely monitored for more than 150 potential contaminants, including microbials (such as viruses and bacteria) and inorganics (such as salts and metals), before the water is distributed to residents, businesses, parks, and other establishments.

The 2023 Drinking Water Quality Report shows, among other things, that there was no detection of Coliform Bacteria, E.Coli, nor any contaminants typically associated with pesticides or herbicides.

Mooresville will be participating in UCMR5 along with many other utilities across the nation to test for contaminants that are not yet regulated by the EPA or North Carolina.  Testing begins in 2024 and the focus of UCMR5 is on 29 separate Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) compounds.  We will share more information on UCMR5 testing with our customers as it becomes available.

You can read the full 2023 Drinking Water Quality Report online. If you have questions about this annual report or concerns about your water, please contact Todd Hammons, Water Treatment Plant Manager, at 704-662-3186