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Service Line Inspection and Replacement Program

Archived News Release: January 31, 2024 - ​Michigan's Lead and Cooper Rule (LCR) requires communities to locate and prioritize eligible pipes for removal. This includes an interior property inspection to determine the material of the water supply line as it enters homes and businesses. The inventory is almost 90% complete but we need your help to finish the work.

The city has created a dashboard and map for the public to view information about their service line material. The inventory map shows service lines that have been replaced, service lines that are eligible for replacement and service lines that still require in-home verification. Please follow the steps listed below to see if your home or business has been inspected.

  1. Open the dashboard that includes a map
  2. Use the search function on the map to find your address and zoom into your address located within the map.
  3. If the circle isn't completely filled in, your line has not been inspected.

If you haven't had your line inspected, please send an email to [email protected]  with your address and contact information and staff will reach out to you. 

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