The Garfield Annual Drinking Water Quality Report presents measures of water quality that include turbidity, inorganic contaminants (fluoride and nitrate), lead and copper (tested every 3 years), total organic carbon, and disinfectants. The Arkansas Department of Health monitors these and other potential contaminants in drinking water during the period of the reporting year. The latest Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for Garfield is based upon tests of samples taken in Garfield during 2018. Both lead and copper levels in drinking water were measured in 2018; the next monitoring of lead and copper will be in 2021. Follow the link below to learn more about Garfield’s water quality.