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

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

Lee’s Summit Water Utilities takes pride in delivering safe, reliable drinking water. During the last year, Water Utilities professionals have taken hundreds of water samples to test the safety of the water we provide and once again, we are proud to report that we have met the federal safe drinking water standards set by the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1996. 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.  

Click To access the 2015 Water Quality Report, go to LSwater.net and click on “Drinking Water Quality” under the “Water Systems” tab. If you have any questions or would like to request a hard copy, please call Lee’s Summit Water Utilities at 816-969-1900 or email wuservice@cityofls.net

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