Community Water Fluoridation

Water fluoridation is considered one of the greatest public health innovations of all time. Fluoride in drinking water offers protection against cavities which is one of the most common chronic diseases in youth today. It is extremely safe and cost-effective.

With the right amount of fluoride in community water systems, cavities can be prevented in a community regardless of age, income or education. Communities that have fluoridated water tend to have fewer cavities than communities that do not have a significant amount of fluoride in the water. According to the CDC, the recommended amount of fluoride in water systems should be at a level of 0.7 milligrams per liter of drinking water.

Three Reasons to Drink Fluoridated Water

California State Water Resources Control Board

The purpose of the California State Water Resources Control Board is to preserve, enhance and restore the quality of California’s drinking water for the protection of the environment, public health and all beneficial uses.

San Bernardino County is part of 3 major regions. Learn more about each region below:

Water Reports

Local water districts are required by the EPA to provide consumers with an annual report. View Consumer Confidence Reports for your water district here.

Why Fluoride in Your Tap Water is a Good Thing

Find out why having the right amount of fluoride in your drinking water is safe, natural and effective at preventing 25% of cavities.

Water System Information

Additional Water Fluoridation Resources

Funded by the California Department of Public Health under contract #17-10717