Yes. Pretty simple answer. Municipal water from your tap mowadays more than likely contains chloramine. Here is a link to find out.
If your city district is using chlorine it is only a matter of time before they switch over. Chlorine is a disinfectant used to treat tap water to kill bacteria and pathogens. Chlorine is easily dealt with by allowing your water to set out over night. If your city is using chloramines you may have a problem. Here is a link speaking of methods dealing with it.
Personally i use an aquarium treatment that makes tap water safe for fish by breaking down chloramines in to benign by products.
If you do not treat your tap water it is next to impossible to brew a proper compost tea and IF you planned on running a super soil with an active rhizospere...the life may be lacking.
Last year i made a super soil and cooked it properly. Yet i had no choice but to use tap water. There's no reasonable way i can treat enough water on the scale i was growing last year. So the tap water didnt seem to have any ill affects on the plant and there was enough nutrients throughout the grow season that i didnt need to top dress or apply anything. I had 2 shade leaves that yellowed during the flowering stretch but nothing else. And it flowered superbly with the smoothest smoke ever.