Lead and Copper Service Line Water Customer Questionnaire
The Lead and Copper Rule is a United States federal regulation that monitors the levels of lead & copper in public drinking water supply systems. In 2021, The Lead and Copper Rule was revised with the intention to better protect children and communities from the risk of lead exposure. Under this new rule, all water systems are required to identify the material used in the customer's service line and service connection to the interior plumbing in a building.
Public Water Supply District No. 3 of Johnson County (PWSD No. 3) is requesting your assistance by taking a short questionnaire that will help us to compile a database of the materials used in our customers' service lines.
Please take a couple minutes to complete this short questionnaire for each service location you are responsible for that receives water from PWSD No. 3.
For survey questions, please contact our office during business hours of Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. Completed questionnaires along with photo can be submitted by email, mail, fax, or deliver to the PWSD No. 3 office.
Note: By completing the survey, you will prevent needing to schedule a future appointment with a PWSD No. 3 representative on this matter.