Utilities Departments

Jim Grant, Superintendent


Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
January 1 to December 31, 2016
2017 Consumer Confidence Report
2017 Informe de Confianza Del Consumidor

Lead Copper Report (LCR)

Water Distribution System Map

LCR Test Sample Sites

ity of Harvard Utilities Department is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City's water and wastewater Water Treatment Plantsystems with four certified operators who are cross trained in water and wastewater operations.

Source Water
The City of Harvard utilizes three active community water supply wells

  • Well #6 which pumps 550 GPM
  • Well #9 which pumps 1000 GPM
  • Well #10 which pumps 1800 GPM

Wells #6 is located on O'Brien St., north of State Route 173, and utilizes an undefined sand and gravel aquifer.

Well #9 is located 1/4 mile north of State Route 173 west of Harvard Road and utilizes a deep bedrock aquifer of the Glenwood and St. Peter/Iron & Galesville sandstone formation.

Well #10 is located at 300 Lawrence Rd.

Water Storage Capacity

  • Tower #1 500,000 gallons
  • Tower #2 300,000 gallons
  • Tower #3 750,000 gallons
Harvard uses an average of 900,000 gallons per day. The wastewater treatment plant treats an average of 1.2 million gallons per day and utilizes fixed film treatment.