Cross Connection Control Program
- View the Approved Testers List
- View your Test Report(s) Status
- Update Account Contact
The City of Raleigh's Cross-Connection Control Program is committed to helping you protect your drinking water system from potential contamination.
Read our Frequently Asked Questions
Backflow Test Report
The City of Raleigh's currently approved test report
Testing Company Information Form for each new company. Needed for orientation
Policy & Procedures
Collection of regulations that approved testers must comply with
List of assemblies allowed for 'new' and 'replacement'
Cross Connection Handbook
Information regarding the City of Raleigh's Cross Connection Control Program
NC DENR Cross Connection Guidelines
NC degree of hazard rankings
Fire System Backflow Brochure
Quick reference guide for fire assemblies
Become a Tester
The City of Raleigh does not certify backflow testers. Instead, you must first attend one of the following schools.
City of Durham Department of Water Management
101 City Hall Plaza
Durham, NC 27701
919-560-4194 Ext. 35249
Durham's Backflow Prevention Program
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utilities Department
5100 Brookshire Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28216
704-399-2426 Ext. 295
Greenville Utilities Commission Water Resources Department
PO Box 1847
Greenville, NC 27835
North Carolina Rural Water Association
P.O. Box 540
Welcome, NC 27374
NCRWA Backflow/Cross Connection Training
University of Florida Center for Training Research/Education for Environmental Occupations (TREEO)
3900 SW 63rd Blvd.
Gainsville, FL 32608
Once certified, you will need to attend our orientation in order to be placed on the Approved Testers List.
Orientations consist of three parts:
- Local Regulations and Policies
- XC2 Software Training
- Backflow Assembly Testing
There are no fees associated with these classes and they are held from 8:00 - 10:30am on the first Wednesday of every month at:
3304 Lake Woodard Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27604
If interested in attending an orientation please submit the following documents to