White Bear Townships' drinking water is pumped from the Jordan aquifer which is approximately 300 feet below the ground surface. The water hardness is 18 grains in the North System and 12 grains in the South System. Fluoride and chlorine are added to the water according to state regulations. Polyphosphate is also added to control the iron content. No other treatment of Town water is performed.
Throughout the year, Township personnel take water samples within the township and the data is reported to the MDH on a monthly basis. From this information provided to the MDH, they send an annual drinking water report also known as a Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) that shows our water quality. White Bear Townships’ drinking water is certified safe! The Township issues the results yearly of monitoring done on its drinking water for the period from January 1 to December 31. Results can be found in the Water Quality Report posted below.