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State of Michigan Commitment to City of Flint

State of Michigan Commitment to City of Flint

  • Lead and copper rule (lcr) 6 month monitoring results in Flint, MichiganThe State of Michigan remains committed to supporting the City of Flint as it continues to recover and rebuild. The state provided more than $350 million to Flint, in addition to the $100 million from the federal government - all of which is helping with water quality improvements, pipe replacement, healthcare, food resources, educational resources, job training and creation, and more.

    Flint Water Quality Update
    For more than three years in a row Flint's water has been meeting federal standards. The water is now testing at 6 parts per billion (ppb) which is much lower than the federal requirement of 15 ppb. Flint's water is one of the most monitored and testing the same as similar cities across the state and country.

     

    Review the settlement agreement here.

  • Will filters and water test kits continue to be available?
    Yes. The state will continue to provide free water filters, replacement cartridges, and water testing kits until service line replacement is completed. Filters will continue to be available for residents who feel more comfortable using a filter until their confidence in the water quality can be re-established. Filters and residential sampling kits are available at City Hall.

    How do I know filters work?

    Water filters are effective at removing lead and other contaminants by 99.9 percent when properly installed and adequately maintained. The U.S. EPA and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) tested water filters in Flint and found that NSF-certified filters distributed by the state make water safe from lead for everyone. Samples were collected at high-risk locations at homes with full-lead service lines, galvanized plumbing and where the most vulnerable populations live, including pregnant mothers and children. For more information on the filter study, visit www.epa.gov/flint/filter-study.



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Resident

  • The State of Michigan continues to provide necessary support and resources to Flint residents recovering from the city’s water crisis.

Resident Information



Water Resources

  • Critical clean water resources like bottled water, water filters, and water testing kits are available for free to Flint families.

Water Resources



Testing Results

  • Flint residents who have returned a water testing kit to a water resource site can find their test results on this website.

Testing Results



Media Center

  • The latest news updates regarding the Flint water crisis are available to keep the city’s residents and the media informed.

Media Resources

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Helpful Resources

  • Local services, reports, and alternative language resources are available to Flint residents. If you need additional help, have questions, or require assistance,
    please call United Way 2-1-1.

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