Utility Division

The Utility Division has 10 employees and is responsible for operating and maintaining the Village’s water distribution system and sanitary sewer conveyance system.  The water distribution system includes 182 miles of water main, four elevated storage tanks, one ground level reservoir, three pumping stations, and two backup wells.  The Utility Division staff is also responsible for maintaining 2,517 fire hydrants, 2,251 valves, and over 9,681 water meters.  The sanitary sewer system includes 140 miles of sanitary sewer main and eight sanitary sewer pump stations. Sanitary sewage treatment is provided by North Shore Water Reclamation District at its Gurnee treatment facility.  The division also assists the Community Development Department and the Engineering Division in plan review of all underground utilities and final inspections of projects.

Water Quality Report

Apr 26, 2017, 13:53 PM

This is your annual water quality report for the period of January 1 through December 31, 2016. Each year the Village issues this report to provide you information about the quality of our drinking water, the source of our water, how it is treated, and the regulated compounds it contains. These reports are issued in compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act. 

For more detailed information about our water's quality, including test results for unregulated compounds, contact Melissa Olenick at CLCJAWA at 847-295-7788, Brett Fritzler at Gurnee Public Works at 847-599-6800, or visit the CLCJAWA website at www.clcjawa.com

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2016 Water Quality Report
2017 Water Quality Report