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Section of NE Scruggs Road Set to Close Jan. 17

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Section of NE Scruggs Road Set to Close Jan. 17

Section of NE Scruggs Road Set to Close Jan. 17

A section of NE Scruggs Road from NE Todd George Road to NE Bristol Drive is set to close to through traffic on Tuesday, January 17, and will remain closed for approximately six weeks, weather permitting. The road closure is necessary so a contractor for Lee’s Summit Water Utilities can repair the lining of two force mains under Scruggs Road from the Scruggs Road Pump Station. Access to properties along the route will be maintained at all times. The detour...
Lee’s Summit Water Utilities Releases 2022 Customer Survey Results

Lee’s Summit Water Utilities Releases 2022 Customer Survey Results

Lee’s Summit Water Utilities Releases 2022 Customer Survey Results
Lee’s Summit Water Utilities released the results of the 2022 Customer Survey which shows high overall satisfaction with the quality of water and sewer services.  A total of 629 residents completed the survey which was administered by ETC Institute in the spring of 2022. The Customer Survey was developed to objectively assess customer satisfaction with the delivery of water and sewer services and provide customers with an opportunity to provide...
Water Utilities Raises Sewer Tap Fees with New Methodology

Water Utilities Raises Sewer Tap Fees with New Methodology

Effective July 1 the sewer connection fee for new development will be calculated based on the size of the meter, not the number of drains. This is the first change to Lee's Summit's sewer connection fee since 1988 and will help fund the future growth of the sanitary system.  Prior to July 2022, the sewer connection fee was $30 per drain. In addition, the Maybrook and the Middle Big Creek watersheds included impact fees for...
Lift Station Odor Control

Lift Station Odor Control

Lift Station Odor Control

Odor control units installed at lift stations eliminate customer complaints.

Water Utilities Launches Convenient Online Payment System

Water Utilities Launches Convenient Online Payment System

The City of Lee’s Summit’s Water Utilities is introducing a new secure and convenient online payment system, UtilityPay Customer Portal, beginning May 19, which can be accessed at cityofLS.com/water. Customers will be able to schedule automatic payments through a checking account or credit card; securely save payment information; and utilize a “Pay Now” feature, which allows for quick payments without having to register an account. The...
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