Drinking Water Quality


Through on-going regulatory water sampling, the Township has determined there are elevated sodium levels in the Ansnorveldt and Schomberg Drinking Water Systems. In response to these levels and as per the York Regional Health Department, the Township would like to advise all users of the systems of these elevated levels as well as a Sodium Fact Sheet. 

York Region experienced adverse sodium results at the Nobleton Well No. 05 and at the Schomberg Water Treatment Plant. These adverse results were 21.6 mg/L and 20.1 mg/L respectively. The Township also experienced an adverse test result in the Ansnorveldt system with a value of 41 mg/L and the Schomberg system with a value of 20.2 mg/L. The threshold limit for these systems is 20 mg/L. As per York Region Public Health Department the Township provides the following Sodium Fact Sheet and advises users of these systems that sodium levels are moderately elevated.

If you have any concerns regarding this matter, please contact the Township’s QMS Representative at 905-833-5321 or mwideman@king.ca​.​


Water Reports

Section 11 of the Ontario Drinking Water Systems Regulation 170/03 (O.Reg.170/03) requires an Annual Report be prepared for water distribution and supply systems by February 28th of each year.

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Additional Information: 

PW-ENV-2022-001 - 2021 Water Summary Report

 PW-ENV-2021-003 - 2020 Water Summary Report 

Sodium in Drinking Water Factsheet

York Region Drinking Water Quality and Monitoring