Does the Contra Costa Water District fluoridate its drinking water?
Yes, the State of California requires all water agencies that serve more than 10,000 homes and businesses to fluoridate their water. The Contra Costa Water District (CCWD) fluoridates drinking water at its 2 treatment plants. The Randall-Bold Water Treatment Plant located in Oakley serves Diablo Water District (Oakley), the Golden State Water Company (Bay Point) and parts of Antioch and Brentwood. The Bollman Water Treatment Plant located in Concord serves Clayton, Clyde, Concord, Pacheco, Port Costa, and parts of Martinez, Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek.

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1. Does the Contra Costa Water District fluoridate its drinking water?
2. Do the cities and agencies that purchase untreated water from CCWD also fluoridate the water when they treat it?
3. What is water fluoridation? How does it prevent tooth decay?
4. Is fluoridation safe?
5. What about recent reports linking fluoridation to bone cancer?
6. How popular is fluoridated water?
7. Is water fluoridation the best and most cost-effective method for disease prevention?