Drinking Water System
The City of Fairview provides clean, safe drinking water to its customers. We take seriously the fact that our drinking water system delivers an average of three-quarters of a million gallons of water to about 9,000 people every day.
Drinking water is provided to our customers from three deep ground-water wells located throughout the city. These three wells have the capacity to produce 4 million gallons of water each day. The water is delivered through a network of 23 miles of pipes and is stored in one of our three reservoirs.
To find out more about how we treat our water or how to deal with problems affecting your home's water see the links below.
Water Quality Report
The water quality reports are prepared annually. Use these annual reports to further your understanding of our drinking water.
Find out all about how you can conserve water with these tools and resources and the Water Management & Conservation Plan.
The City of Fairview wants to eliminate or prevent all potential contamination to our water system. Having your backflow assembly tested annually helps to keep our water safe.
How Can I Shut Off My Water?
Need help finding your water shut-off valve in case of a water emergency? Information is provided to assist you.