System Statistics

The Utilities O&M Department, consisting of over 300 employees, aims to effectively maintain its facilities and have a planned maintenance ratio of 70% or higher. Utilities O&M Department programs are committed to the protection of the environment, maintaining drinking water, wastewater, and reclaimed water compliance. The goals and objectives of the Utilities O&M Department are to provide critical services needed by the public, private, and commercial sectors while maintaining public health and safety. 

The tables below are separated by division and updated on an annual basis, every November after the conclusion of each Fiscal Year (October to September), to reflect our system's infrastructure and production statistics. 80 percent of the county is served by our water & sewer services, consisting of 697 square miles of service area.

  1. Drinking Water
  2. Wastewater
  3. Reclaimed Water

Drinking Water System Statistics


 FY 2020
 FY 2021
Population Served:
310,502
330,617
Number of Service Connections:113,673
120,480
Number of Treatment Facilities:4
4
Water Production Distributed to Customers (GPD):34.0
34.5
Number of Groundwater Wells:36
36
Miles of Water Mains:1,471
1,513
Number of PCU Hydrants:
7,966
8,162
Total Routine Regulatory Bacteriological Samples Taken:
2,436
2,456