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CWLP Water Division earns honors at
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Our 2015 Water Quality Report is now available.
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meets state and federal water quality standards.
City Water, Light & Power supplies domestic water for more than 45,000 Springfield residential and business customers. The utility also provides retail water service to over 6,100 customers in Southern View, Leland Grove and certain unincorporated areas around the city. Wholesale service is provided to several other adjacent communities, including Grandview, Jerome, Loami and Rochester. More information about our outside-the-city retail and wholesale water customers can be found elsewhere on this website. The population of CWLP's total service territory is approximately 147,750.

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The Water Division is responsible for planning, constructing and maintaining the city's integrated water supply, purification, and transmission and distribution (T&D) system—which includes Lake Springfield, the lakeside Water Purification Plant, five water storage tanks, and approximately 750 miles of water mains. The Division's primary mission is to ensure that all utility customers will have a safe and plentiful water supply in both the immediate and long-term future. Toward this end, the Division operates a 24-hour laboratory where chemists and plant operators consistently and continually check drinking water quality. Division employees are also actively involved in searching out the best options for protecting our current supply source and planning for long-range needs.

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