Branson's annual report about the city's water indicates it is safe to drink, meeting or exceeding requirements and standards; the press release below provides more information.
BRANSON, Mo – The City of Branson’s annual Water Quality Report for the 2021 calendar year indicates that the drinking water in Branson meets or exceeds all of the Missouri Department of Natural Resource requirements and standards for safe public drinking water.
The report is a requirement of all water systems, both municipal and private, by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to inform the residents of a community about the quality of their drinking water and to allow customers to see the actual elements in the water based on tests performed during the year. According to the EPA, the report must mention any violations of water quality standards that might have occurred during 2021. The City of Branson's public water system had no violations.
The report can be found in the Reports section of the City’s website, BransonMo.gov, under Water Quality Reports. A copy of the report can be picked up at the Branson Utilities Department (616 West Pacific Street), City Hall (110 W. Maddux Street), or the Taneyhills Community Library (200 South 4th St). Please call the City of Branson Utilities Department at 417-243-2714 for any questions regarding the content of the report.
The City of Branson's Water Treatment Team is well trained and certified to treat all drinking water and to assure the safest drinking water possible for citizens and guests. For more information about the City of Branson’s water treatment, visit the Utilities section of the City’s website. This great water quality report is just one result of the city’s quest for excellence, dedication, and service to the people who live, work and visit Branson.