The city of Geneva has developed an interactive water service line map and survey to show and collect water service line material information for active customers within the community, in accordance with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
The city has historic data for water service lines that derive from maintenance records and service inspections. In some locations, city staff has verified the pipe material by visual observation. Other information is based on historic data or customer records, some of which have not been confirmed.
Because the details provided on the map are limited to the best available data in the city’s possession at this time, some information may not be accurate. That is why the city needs the public’s help.
Customers can view the water service line map and take a short survey to update the city’s records.
The public also can contact the city’s Water Division Superintendent Bob Van Gyseghem by phone at 630-232-1503 or via email to provide the water service line material used inside a home or business.
SOURCE: city of Geneva news release