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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.

City Council approves Water Utilities Strategic Plan

The Lee’s Summit City Council adopted the Strategic Plan for the Lee’s Summit Water Utilities Department and directed staff to adjust the water and sewer rate as recommended in the plan to address system improvements and operating costs. The decision was made during the City Council meeting on December 15 in Lee’s Summit City Hall. Read More.

 

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 contaminates into the water. Here’s what you can do to help protect our water supply.

 

 

Know where your master shut-off valve is located

 If you’ve got a busted pipe, the first thing you’ll want to do is turn off your master shut off valve. Don’t know where to find it? Watch this quick video:

No water? Your pipes may be frozen

If you are experiencing a loss of water or water pressure, please call Lee's Summit Water Utilities to investigate the cause. In most cases, the pipes inside the home are frozen. In that case, we recommend you stay home, turn up the heat, open the cabinet doors to allow warm air circulation and crack open the faucets. 

Baby, it's cold outside...so get those pipes ready before they freeze

Baby, it's cold outside...so get those pipes ready before they freeze. Preparing your pipes for freezing temperatures could potentially save you thousands in water damage repair costs. Below are a few tips.

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