The source of Brownsburg's drinking water is groundwater produced from eight deep water wells located in our community. To help protect the underground aquifer and the water supply wells from potential contamination, Brownsburg has developed a Wellhead Protection Program that was approved by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management in 2002.
The Wellhead Protection Plan focuses on public education, spill prevention, and emergency response. For more information on wellhead protection, please view the following pamphlets:
TOWN OF BROWNSBURG CONTINUES EFFORTS TO PROTECT DRINKING WATER
The Town of Brownsburg and the Brownsburg Water Utilities Department have developed a Wellhead Protection (WHP) Plan, which was approved by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) in November 2002. Since that time, the Local Planning Team has met annually to update the Plan and implement management strategies to protect our source of drinking water. The WHP Local Planning Team held its annual meeting on June 21, 2023. The WHP Program focuses on public awareness, education, spill prevention, and reporting. A complete copy of the WHP Plan is available for public viewing at the Brownsburg Town Hall, Department of Development Services, located at 61 North Green Street, Brownsburg, Indiana.