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Dear Fellow Customer:
As Chairman of the Fairfax Water Board of Directors, I am pleased to provide this Annual Report on your drinking water quality. I hope you will take a few minutes to review the information in this report, which demonstrates that we take very seriously our responsibility to ensure that you and your family have safe and reliable water. As you know, on Jan. 3, 2014, Fairfax Water welcomed customers formerly served by the City of Falls Church and the City of Fairfax water systems. This integration was the goal of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors when they established Fairfax Water as a public authority in 1957. The authority’s mission was to establish, operate, and maintain a comprehensive and integrated water system. The Board of Supervisors believed that all Fairfax County residents deserved drinking water of excellent quality, reliability, and cost. As a current Fairfax Water customer, I want to assure you that integrating these two systems into ours has no negative financial impact on you as a current Fairfax Water customer. To the contrary, adding customers means we can often do things more cost effectively. For example, we can purchase supplies, equipment, and materials in larger quantities, which usually results in significant cost savings, much like your family may save when buying products in bulk. We are excited about the many opportunities this expansion provides. However, while much of our focus this year is on the transition, our number one priority remains providing the best-quality drinking water and outstanding service to our customers. You can feel confident that we will continue to provide the safest, most reliable, and cost-effective drinking water available. Sincerely, Philip W. Allin Chairman Fairfax Water Board of Directors