Do I need to do anything prior to the service line replacement?

Property owners must provide safe, lighted and unencumbered access to the water meter and to the service line inside the property, including access to basement, crawlspace, wall or floor area where the service line enters the building, and move any items blocking access such as boxes, furniture, washer and dryers etc.

Any Landscaping such as lawn edging, bushes, flower planters etc. that home owner wishes to save need to be removed before the scheduled service line replacement start date.

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1. How do I determine if I have a lead service?
2. Will the City notify me if I have a lead service?
3. When will you be replacing my lead service line?
4. What is the replacement process for my lead service line?
5. Where can I find the map of areas you are working in this year?
6. Will our yards and landscaping be disturbed for the replacement?
7. If we want to replace the service lines ourselves, is there any reimbursement for it?
8. Why are colored flags and paint showing up in my yard?
9. Will I need to be home during my service line replacement?
10. What will the service line replacement cost me?
11. Do I need to do anything prior to the service line replacement?
12. What happens if my lawn sprinkler system or another buried system is damaged?