Groundwater provides 100 per cent of Prince Edward Island's drinking water.
Groundwater comes from rain, snow, sleet, and hail. The water soaks into the ground passing between particles of soil, sand, gravel, or rock until it reaches a depth where the ground is saturated with water.
Click here to see real-time groundwater levels on PEI.
They can also be searched by the reference map.
Groundwater level search results include data from 13 groundwater level observation wells across PEI; mapped locations of observation wells; graphs; and downloadable raw data.
The groundwater level data provides long-term trend information on groundwater levels. This information includes both historical and real-time data.
If you would like to check groundwater quality, please click here.
For more information, please call the Department of Communities, Land and Environment at 368-5044.
Please note that while the Government of Prince Edward Island has used its best efforts to ensure the accuracy and reliability of this mapping feature and its data, it is provided as a general reference only. The Government of Prince Edward Island assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or reliability of the information generated.