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Lead Service Line Replacement Overview

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Pilot Program Overview Image
Jon Meyer

Jon Meyer


CDM Smith

Peter Morris

Peter Morris

Home Inspector,

 Terra Engineering

Pilot home inspections to begin in September 2022




How to Participate

The City of Evanston has identified homes that are eligible to participate in the 2022 Lead Service Line Replacement Pilot Project. These homes are located on blocks where the water main has previously been replaced and are within a low-to-moderate income area. If your home is eligible, you will receive a notice in the mail guiding you to sign and return a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form. The first step for participating in the replacement process is for homeowners to sign the ROE form. Learn about the ROE form.




Property Lead Service
Lines Inventory Map 

The City of Evanston has collected data to identify properties with lead service lines. The interactive map below shows which homes may have lead service lines. Click on the map and enter your billing account number or address to see the suspected material of your service line. If your home does have a lead service line on the public side, private side, or both see here for information on how to reduce your family’s exposure to lead from drinking water. 

Property Lead Service Line Inventory Map

Lead Service Line Process Summary

Start Here

  • Homeowner signs Right-of-Entry (ROE).

  • Homeowner provides signs ROE to City.


Homeowner Declines 

to Participate

  • City Representative schedules inspection of home to verify lead service line.

  • City Representative will try to accommodate homeowner schedule as much as reasonably possible.

  • City Representative Completes Homeowner Inspection form to document service line material, and meter location.


(Beginning in May or

June 2022)

  • Contractor schedules home inspection with homeowner + City Representative.

  • Contractor performs inspection.

  • Contractor discusses construction method and restoration with homeowner + City Representative.



(Beginning in May or

June 2022)

Homeowner agrees to replace Lead service line, and signs the property Owner Agreement form.

Homeowner Agrees

to Participate 

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Homeowner Declines 

to Participate

  • Contractor schedules installation date with homeowner during normal work hours.

  • Contractor completes replacement + restoration.

Contractor –




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