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The PUD is conducting a service line inventory

The PUD is working to complete a water service line inventory as required by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Lead and Copper Rule Revisions. This is the first major update to the regulations in nearly 30 years and was created to protect children and communities from the risks of lead exposure.

What this means for customers

The PUD plans to complete an inventory of all service lines within its water systems – more than 23,000 in total – by the end of 2024. This requires a survey and test of approximately 500 water lines. This spring, PUD-contracted crews will visit 500 customers to inspect service lines on PUD and customer sides of the water meter. These customers have been selected at random and will be notified by letter before work begins.

During this work

There should be no disruption to water service. The inspection should last no more than two hours and will require digging two to three holes to view the pipes, which may cause some disturbance to nearby grass, landscaping or shrubbery. There may also be noise associated with the digging equipment.

The PUD Water Utility is committed to providing safe, reliable drinking water for our customers that meets the highest standards of quality. Additional information will be made available on this website when the inventory is completed.

Example of potholes to verify existing water service material:

Graphic shows examples of how holes will be positioned during Service Line Inventory

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Andrew Sics, PE, (amsics@snopud.com) or Dillon Neie, EIT, (dmneie@snopud.com) at 425-397-3000.