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Lee's Summit Water Utilities is dedicated to providing reliable water and sanitary sewer services responsibly and efficiently for the health and safety of our community with exceptional customer service, integrity and pride. 


Community Sewer Rehabilitation

Did you know there are nearly 500 miles of public sewer mains underneath the City of Lee’s Summit? In addition to inspecting and cleaning these lines every day, Lee’s Summit Water Utilities is currently rehabilitating several miles of sewer lines in most need of repair through a process which essentially installs a pipe within a pipe and is specifically designed for minimal impact and disruption to neighborhoods and customers.

The sewer rehabilitation project reduces blockages caused by roots and debris and the infiltration of groundwater in the public main, which reduces surcharges, overflows and backups. 

For more information about this process, call 816-969-1900



Pay your bill online with Utility Link 

The new secure bill payment system is now available. To register with Utility Link, you will need to have your account number and customer number which can be found on your new bill. Once registered, you will  no longer need your account and customer number to access your account as you can log in with your new username and password. Sign up now.


The 2015 Lee’s Summit Water Quality Report now available online

Monitoring results for the previous year as well as important information and tips about your water services are now available in the 2015 Lee’s Summit Water Quality Report.





Lee’s Summit Water Utilities adds 5 MGD to water supply capacity

Lee’s Summit Water Utilities will be adding 5 million gallons a day (MGD) to the City’s water supply capacity.

Tips to Prevent Frozen Water Pipes

Before the temperatures drop below freezing, it is important to prepare your pipes using these simple tips that could potentially save you thousands of dollars in water damage repairs.  


Backflow Prevention Matters

Water normally flows straight to your faucet, but pressure changes in a home, business or the public water supply can cause the water to flow backwards. This reversal of flow is known as backflow and it can sometimes introduce contaminants into the water. Here’s what you can do to help protect our water supply.



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