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Fluoridated & Non-Fluoridated Water Supplies
Fluoridated Water Systems
The following Water Systems provide water supply to the following communities and/or subdivisions:
  • New Design System:Adamstown, Adamstown Commons, Aspen, Audubon, Baldwin Estates, Ballenger Creek Meadows, Ballenger Crossing, Balmoral, Brinkley Manor, Buckingham Choice, Canal Run, Coldstream, Countryside, Crestwood Village, Evergreen Point, Fairwinds, Farmbrook, Foxcroft, Frederick Commons, FSK Mall, Glen at Woodspring, Green Hill Manor, Green View, Greens, Hannover, Holly Hills, Jug Bridge, Kingsbrook, Lake Anita Louise, Linton Farm, Meadows, Meadows at New Market, Mountain Village, New Market West, Nightingale, North Shore, Orchard at New Market, Oxford Estates, Pinecliff, Pinehurst, Point of Rocks Estates, Potomac Village, Preston, River Oaks, Robin Meadows, Royal Oaks, Saddle Ridge, Spring Ridge, Stonebridge, Stuart Mechanic, Summerfield, Train Station Overlook, Urbana High School, Urbana Highlands, Villages of Urbana, Wellington Trace, Westview Park, Westwinds, Whispering Creek, Winding Ridge, Woodridge, and Woodspring at New Market
  • Waterside System:(Supplied by the City of Frederick) Waterside Community
  • Cambridge Farms System:Cambridge Farms and Briercrest Condominiums
  • Knolls of Windsor System:Green Ridge and Knolls of Windsor
  • Samhill System:Harvest Ridge, Manorwoods, and Samhill
  • Cloverhill III System:Cloverhill III Community
  • Bradford Systems:Bradford Estates

Non-Fluoridated Water Systems
There are plans to add fluoride to these water treatment systems in the future.
  • Fountaindale System:Fountaindale North, Fountaindale South, and Braddock Heights
  • Copperfield System:Copperfield
  • Liberty East System:Liberty East and Liberty Village
  • White Rock System:White Rock
  • Libertytown Apartments WTP:Libertytown Apartments

Proposed Adjustment
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has proposed an adjustment to the recommendation for optimal fluoride levels in drinking water to prevent tooth decay. After consultation with the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) Water Supply Program, all fluoridated water systems will be following these recommendations and lowering the target dosage rate of fluoride from 1.0 mg/l to 0.7 mg/l.

For more information about community water fluoridation, information on tooth decay prevention and dental fluorosis, visit the Center for Disease Control website. Information about the national drinking water regulations for fluoride can be found at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency website. Should you have additional questions, please contact the Division of Utilities and Solid Waste Management at (301) 600-1825.