The City of Bothell walked away with top honors at the 11th Annual Best Tasting Water Competition on March 30, 2023. The event was hosted by the King County Subsection of the Pacific Northwest Section of the American Water Works Association (PNWS-AWWA).
The City of Bothell beat five-time champion Northeast Sammamish Sewer and Water District. In a blind competition, eight water samples throughout King County were evaluated on the basis of odor, taste, and after-taste.
This event is held each year to highlight the hard work our cities and districts perform to provide safe, clean and good-tasting water to the residents of King County. The residents and commercial customers of the City of Bothell, can drink proudly, knowing that staff are providing drinking water that is reliable, safe and now judged the best tasting in King County.
About PNWS: The Pacific Northwest Section of the American Water Works Association, a highly respected, research-driven water authority since 1881. PNWS is dedicated to providing leadership to the drinking water profession in the Pacific Northwest in areas of drinking water quality, water resource policy, customer service and water-related planning issues. PNWS is governed by its 3,000 members and its programs are carried out by hundreds of member volunteers, assisted by staff located in Vancouver, Washington. For more information, visit www.pnws-awwa.org.
KCAWWA BTW Coordinator