EPA Lead & Copper Survey

To Our Valued Water Customers,

Per the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) guidelines, all water systems must prepare an inventory of all service lines connected to its distribution system. This inventory is intended to identify both the district’s service lines as well as each customer’s service line. Water systems must include inventory service lines, connected to vacant or abandoned buildings, even if they are unoccupied and the water service is turned off. This means every water meter connected to the distribution system needs to be inventoried even if it is inactive (shut off and/or locked). The proposed Lead and Copper Rule is a major advancement in protecting children and adults from the significant and irreversible health effects from being exposed to lead in drinking water. There is no safe level of lead in drinking water.

Locating and knowing where lead pipes exist is critical to replacing them efficiently. So please, take a few minutes to answer the questions.


Here is a short video with helpful information of identifying different types of water lines.



Click on the document below(EPA Survey Form) to complete the survey inventory