Municipalities

SPPMap1-1_QuinteRegionMunicipal drinking water systems within the Quinte Region

Municipality of Marmora and Lake - Village of Deloro
Municipality of Centre Hastings - Village of Madoc
Municipality of Tweed - Village of Tweed
City of Belleville
City of Belleville - Point Anne
Town of Deseronto
Town of Greater Napanee
Prince Edward County - Peats Point
Prince Edward County - Town of Picton
Prince Edward County - Village of Wellington
Prince Edward County - Village of Ameliasburgh

Township of Madoc has no municipal drinking water system, but is affected by the vulnerable areas surrounding the Village of Madoc municipal wells that extend into Madoc Township.

Small portions of northern Prince Edward County are affected by the Bayside and Belleville intake protection zones.

Municipalities with no identified significant drinking water threats within the Quinte Region

Township of Addington Highlands
Township of Stone Mills
Township of Tyendinaga
City of Quinte West - Most of this municipality is within the Trent Conservation Coalition Source Protection Region.
Loyalist Township - Most of this township is within the Cataraqui Source Protection Area.
Township of Central Frontenac - Some of this township is also within the Mississippi Rideau Source Protection Region.
Township of North Frontenac - Most of this municipality is within the Mississippi Rideau Source Protection Region.
Township of South Frontenac - Portions of this township are also within the Cataraqui Source Protection Area and the Mississippi Rideau Source Protection Region.
Township of Stirling Rawdon- Most of this township is within the Trent Conservation Coalition Source Protection Region.
Township of Tudor and Cashel - Some of Tudor Cashel is also within the Trent Conservation Coalition Source Protection Region.

The Quinte Region also has potions of three upper tier county level municipalities within its boundaries:
Hastings County
Lennox and Addington County
Frontenac County