The Water Treatment Plant provides the citizens of Bozeman with a safe and dependable drinking water supply. The City of Bozeman has been supplying water to city residents since 1889.
For quality assurance, Water Treatment Plant division employees conduct water quality sampling and testing schedule at the plants and in the distribution system. Water Plant employees also are responsible for the care and maintenance of the three finished water storage tanks.
Distribution System Water Quality Samples Taken per year: 4000+
Water Quality Tests performed per year: 20,000+
Employees: ten certified Water Treatment Plant Operators
Sourdough drainage 33 square miles
Hyalite drainage 51 square miles
Lyman Spring recharge area 13 square miles
Water Quality Reports
The Treatment Processes
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Statement from the Bozeman City Commission:
Intolerance reflects on all of us, and there is no place for bigotry or racism in Bozeman or Montana or anywhere.
As we have witnessed the racial injustice against George Floyd and others, we must reaffirm our commitment to Bozeman being a welcoming community. Continuing that progress demands transparency, ongoing work, and a never-ending dedication to being an inclusive community.
We strongly support and welcome the rights of citizens to express their views. Each of us can and must be advocates for justice and equity--committing to acting in solidarity against racism and acts of discrimination, injustice, and violence.
As a city, Bozeman will review its practices to make sure they uphold these important goals; such as training for police and city employees, the importance of de-escalation policies, strict limits on the use of force, hiring practices, and accountability.
We have an obligation to our citizens and our sworn law enforcement officers to continually provide proven tools, training and policies to reinforce and to advance the positive, collaborative partnership between the Bozeman Police Department and the citizens they protect and serve.
Bozeman for years proudly has been a city striving to show that “all are welcome.” Let us embrace this opportunity for our community to listen to one another, to renew our commitment to inclusivity, and to act and participate in our community so that Bozeman remains a place worthy of all people.
Chris Mehl, Mayor
Cyndy Andrus, Deputy Mayor
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The Gallatin County Board of Health will meet Tuesday, June 9th to consider changes to local the public health rule to align with statewide directives. Check out the latest case count info and read about the meeting here:
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For those deciding whether to attend the National Day of Action for Black Lives Rally today, understand the risks of gathering in large groups as we manage the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Maintaining social distancing will be difficult. Face coverings are required by event organizers. If you are sick, caring for someone who is sick, awaiting results of a COVID-19 test, or have any of the symptoms of COVID-19 stay home and consider other ways that you can support this movement. Take care of each other and take action from a place of empathy, kindness, and respect.