Jersey City Drinking Water

Suez Water released a report on January 16, 2019, in regards to elevated levels of lead in the drinking water in a limited number of homes in Bergen and Hudson counties. This report EXCLUDES Jersey City, Bayonne, Kearney, and Hoboken as we operate from a separate system. The water serviced to Jersey City residents is tested on a frequent basis and continues to meet all government standards.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Why is Jersey City not listed on the SUEZ website?

Residents in Jersey City continue to receive drinking water that meets all government standards. The notice of lead exceedance only applies to SUEZ customers in a separate system that serves Bergen and upper Hudson counties.  Your water is safe to drink.

 

Who can I speak with to get my water quality results?

Your water quality results can be found on MySUEZWater.com or you can visit the NJDEP website “Drinking Water Watch”, enter your system, and the results are populated there as well.

 

How can I get my water quality tested?

SUEZ provides results for water quality testing annually and makes the report available on MYSUEZWater.com. You can also visit the NJDEP website “Drinking Water Watch”, enter your system, to view the results.

 

I still want to get my water quality tested:

We recommend having your service line tested. To do so you can reach out to NATIONAL METERING SERVICES.

 

Can SUEZ replace my lead service line?

In Jersey City the owner of the property is required to maintain his or her own service pipe (water or sewer) from the main in the street to his or her premises.

 

Is my water safe to drink?

Jersey City residents continue to receive drinking water that meets all government standards. The notice of lead exceedance only applies to SUEZ customers in a separate system that serves Bergen and upper Hudson counties.  Your water is safe to drink.