Do Hazardous Algae Blooms (HABs) affect my water?

Hazardous Algae blooms are caused by blue-green algae or cyanotoxins are concerns for swimmers.   During HAB season (August to October), the water plant tests its raw and finished water for microcystin.   The water plant is effective at treating microcystin.   Microcystin has never been detected in the water plant’s finished water.

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1. I have a question about my water bill. Who should I call?
2. What do I do with backflow reports?
3. Is water my expensive?
4. What is the Distribution System?
5. Leaks – If there is water in my front yard or the street?
6. Where does my water come from?
7. What is my water’s hardness?
8. Do I need a water softener?
9. Is my water fluoridated?
10. Are chloramines used to treat my water?
11. Can I taste or smell chlorine in my water?
12. Can I remove chlorine from my water?
13. Do Hazardous Algae Blooms (HABs) affect my water?
14. Why water is discolored or cloudy?
15. There is a pink slime or growth in my toilet or shower. Is this caused by my water?