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The City of Blaine was incorporated in 1954 and established their initial water supply facility quickly after in 1959. The City Water Supply consists of 17 deep, municipal groundwater wells, 7 of which supply the majority of water demand. Pumps in these wells pump groundwater to 4 water towers. Before the water is distributed to homes and businesses, it is pumped to one of 4 water treatment facilities. Blaine is currently constructing a 4th water treatment plant, which is scheduled to be operational in 2021. The treatment facilities remove iron and manganese and add polyphosphates and chlorine. Click here to view the 2018 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report. If you still have questions about Blaine’s drinking water after viewing the report, contact George Linngren at 763-785-6137 or

In order to protect the City’s wells, the City of Blaine has developed a Wellhead Protection Plan, approved by MDH. Most recently, their Part 1 Plan was approved in 2017 and their Part 2 Plan was approved in April 2018. Click here for more information about Blaine’s Wellhead Protection Plan update. Blaine was a founding member of the Anoka County Municipal Wellhead Protection Group, which formed in 1997, and continues to be a participant in the group. If you have questions regarding Blaine’s Wellhead Protection Plan, contact Blaine’s Wellhead Protection Manager, Jon Haukaas, PE, Director of Public Works, at 763-785-6167 or For more information on Wellhead Protection Plans in general, refer to the MDH Source Water Protection webpage.

Most residents in Blaine are connected to city water, but some residents have private water wells. For information on testing your well water, visit the Anoka County Well Water Testing website or contact the Environmental Services Department at 763-324-4260. You can also usually find lots of information on your well with the MDH Minnesota Well Index (MWI). Click here to access the webtool.

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