1. Protect Our Water Source Week

    Water is one of our most vital resources. For Source Water Protection Week, we encourage you to help us #ProtectTheSource because our community depends on a reliable supply of safe, high-quality drinking water. Read on...
  2. Fall Hydrant Flushing Begins Sept. 19

    Lake County Public Works will conduct its semi-annual water hydrant flushing program beginning Sept. 19, weather permitting. The process will be performed daily Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. per the hydrant flushing schedule. Additional Info...
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Be Lead Informed!

Lead in drinking water has been an increasingly important topic throughout the nation over the past several years – and for good reason. Lead is toxic, and was used for many years in paints, plumbing, batteries, and other products found in and around homes. Lead can enter the water system through the corrosion of pipes, solder, fixtures, brass faucets and fittings.

Lake County Public Works recommends homeowners investigate around their homes to see if they have any lead service lines or fixtures. Since you can’t see, taste or smell lead in drinking water, it’s important to know whether there are harmful lead pipes connected to your drinking water supply. Learn more

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