The Utilities Department issues permits to connect to the water and/or sewer system in Ada Township.
What Is a Water System Quality Report?
Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR's)are developed to comply with the right-to-know provisions in the 1996 Amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act. The Amendments contain several provisions aimed at improving public information about drinking water, including the annual public water system compliance report (Consumer Confidence Report). The Safe Drinking Water Act is administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its state partner, the Michigan Department of Environmental, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE).
The report must contain information on the quality of the water delivered and characterize the risks (if any) from exposure to contaminants detected in the drinking water. Every community water system has an obligation to ensure that the required information is made available to our customers by July 1st for sampling results from the previous calendar year.
Should you have questions regarding the sampling data provided in the report, or want more information concerning the Source Water Assessment, please contact: George Haga, Ada Township Utility Director, or review the EPA's Consumer Confidence Report FAQs.
ADA TOWNSHIP WATER AND SEWER RATES, APRIL 1, 2020 - MARCH 31, 2021
|Meter Size||Monthly Readiness-to-serve Cost Township System||Monthly Readiness-to-serve Cost Grand Valley Estates|
|Water Commodity Charge||$3.61/1,000 gallons||$3.61/1,000 gallons|
|Sewer Commodity Charge||$38.50 per Residential Equivalent Unit (REU) per Month||$38.50 per Residential Equivalent Unit (REU) per Month|