This interactive map displays the interconnections between active community water systems in North Carolina, whether for emergency or regular purchases, as known by the Public Water Supply Section of North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources. The latest update uses data as of July 2015. The information is displayed in the interactive map with additional layers of information, such as the interbasin transfer boundaries and the latest Drought Monitor status, to allow you to trace existing water system interconnections with neighboring systems. Click on the icon at the top left corner to turn on or off different layers on the map. Click on any feature in the map to view a box with information about the feature. We strongly recommend viewing the map on full screen.
Note: the interconnection lines do not represent the actual location of the pipes, nor do the water system points represent the location of actual water system facilities. The lines connect two random points within the service areas of the water systems that are interconnected. Click on any line or point in the map to read about the interconnection, water system, or turn on or off layers of data.