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Backflow Prevention Assembly Test Data and Maintenance Report

Backflow assembly test form for use by certified and licensed backflow assembly testers.  For additional information, please visit the backflow prevention webpage.

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Direct Debit Authorization Form

Application to have monthly water and/or sewer utility bill automatically deducted from a bank account.

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Hydrant Meter Rental Agreement

Rental agreement form that must be completed to rent a hydrant meter.

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Landlord Authorization to Revert Service

Application to revert water and/or sewer services into the landlord's or property managers name.

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Lee's Summit Water Utilities 2010 Survey Results

In September of 2010, Lee's Summit Water Utilities surveyed residential customers to assist the Department in its strategic planning efforts.  Both a formal and online survey were conducted.  For more information on the surveys, please visit the Customer Survey Page.

Formal Survey Results
Online Survey Results

Pool Sewer Credit Application

Application to request sewer credit for a non-residential outdoor pool.

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Wastewater Master Plan, 2006

Comprehensive plan for the development of the wastewater infrastructure to meet both short and long term growth of the City.

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Water Master Plan, 2006

Evaluation of water system infrastructure and recommendations for improvements to meet existing and future needs.

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Water Quality Report

Test results for the City of Lee's Summit's water supply as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1996.

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Water Utilities Strategic Plan

This Strategic Plan was then developed with continued support from the Community Advisory
Group. The plan considers national trends impacting all water utilities as well as local concerns
identified by elected officials, employees, community leaders and the Community Advisory
Group. The plan adopts for the first time a set of service level metrics to form a basis for
monitoring progress in the execution of this multi‐year plan. This approach is consistent with
national trends and local demands for the Utility to be more accountable and transparent in
producing tangible and sustainable results for customers.

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