The City supplies water to approximately 12,900 residential, commercial, and industrial customers. This Water Division ensures that water supply needs are continually met, and that water quality meets or exceeds all Federal/State health and environmental standards. The water system operates through a system of 17 groundwater wells, 9 pumping stations, 10 reservoir sites, 23 pressure zones, and 165 miles of distribution pipeline.
The Water Division maintains and repairs all the equipment, machinery, facilities, and distribution pipeline that make up the City's complex water system. This work includes "planned maintenance" -- systematic servicing to ensure that all equipment and all systems are operating correctly so as to avoid any unscheduled breakdown and downtime.
Water Division technical staff performs design and long range planning. The Division also ensures that water quality standards comply with regulations of the State of California Department of Health Services, which regularly inspects the City's water system.
- "Water Quality Reports." These are downloadable Reports
- 2017 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2016 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2015 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2014 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2013 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2012 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2011 Consumer Confidence Report (PDF)
- 2016 Water Loss Audit Report
- 2016 Public Health Goals Report
- Test your water pressure regulator
- Water and sewer fee information
- Urban Water Management Plan 2015 (PDF)
- City Well Perchlorate Results (PDF)
- City Well: Trace Perchlorate Results (PDF)
- Watch this short video to learn where Morgan Hill’s water comes from, how it is used, and how you can help in conserving water.