About 70 percent of the human body is made up of water. Its unique chemical and physical properties are essential to our survival. Without water, basic physical processes would be impossible. Water composes an environment that sustains and nurtures plants, animals and humans.
Kitsap Public Utility District, also known as Kitsap PUD is responsible for water management for Kitsap County. Maintaining and preserving clean water is as important to us as it is to you which is why community interest and participation is extremely important. Did you know that there are over 50,000 residents in Kitsap County that receive domestic water services by Kitsap PUD?
Little known KPUD water facts:
- KPUD is responsible for managing and operating 50 domestic water systems throughout a service area of over 400 square miles in order to provide accessible, clean water to you and yours.
- Kitsap PUD provides domestic water service to over 50,000 Kitsap County residents.
- Public drinking water systems are regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Washington State Department of Health. These regulations cover water quality, system design, operator competency, etc.
Safe Drinking Water Act was set in motion to ensure safe, quality water in every district throughout the U.S.
To view your system's current Consumer Confidence Report, click on the link below.
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Purifying Water During an Emergency
Click to read about storing and purifying water from the Washington State Department of Health.
Board Meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 9:30am. The meetings are held at our offices and are open to the public. For Minutes and Agendas from previous Board Meetings, visit our Archives
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