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2020 Water Quality Report

Public Water System ID # 5020043


We are proud to report that the water provided by West View Water Authority meets or exceeds established water-quality standards.

Este informe contiene información importante acerca de su agua potable.  Haga que alguien lo traduzca para usted, ó hable con alguien que lo entienda. (This report contains important information about your drinking water. Have someone translate it for you, or speak with someone who understands it.)


West View Water Authority is committed to providing residents with a safe and reliable supply of high-quality drinking water.  The water produced by the Authority continues to meet strict state and federal standards for both appearance and safety.  This annual "Consumer Confidence Report," required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), tells you where your water comes from, what our tests show about it, and other things you should know about drinking water.


Public participation in decisions about our drinking water is encouraged at our Board Meetings held the third Wednesday of each month at 210 Perry Highway, West View.  Please contact our office at (412) 931-3292 for more information.  Water Quality Data for water systems in Allegheny County can be found on the Internet at



Our Water Source

West View Water Authority has two water treatment plants.  The original plant is located on the tip of Neville Island along the shore of the Ohio River and has a capacity of 40 million gallons per day.  The new water treatment plant is located in Baden, PA and has a capacity of 15 million gallons per day.  The Baden WTP serves sections of Pine, Wexford, and Baden areas.  The Neville Island WTP serves Kennedy, McKees Rocks, Stowe, Bellevue, Avalon, Ben Avon, Ben Avon Heights, Emsworth, Kilbuck, Ohio, Sewickley Hills, Ross, West View, McCandless, Franklin Park, Marshall, Richland, Bradford Woods and sections of Pine and Wexford.


Both plants' source water is surface water obtained from intake structures in the Ohio River.  A Source Water Assessment ofour source was completed by the PA Assessment has found that our water source is potentially most susceptible to transportation corridors, bridges, boating, marinas, barge traffic, auto repair shops, truck terminals, utility substations, residential developments, combined sewer overflows, road deicing, and salt storage.  Overall, our source has high risk of significant contamination.  A summer report of the Assessment is available on the Source Water Assessment Summary Reports eLibrary web page at:


Complete reports were distributed to municipalities, water suppliers, local planning agencies and PADEP offices.  Copies of the complete report are available for review at the Pa. DEP Southwest Regional Office, Records Management Unit at (412) 442-4000.