Hydrant Flushing in Madison Twp.
We are committed to providing exceptional water, safe sanitary sewer treatment, waste reduction education and landfill administration.
Our mission is to supply safe drinking water to our homes, clean water to our rivers and lakes and prevent unnecessary fill to our land. This will be accomplished by striving to maintain a level of management and operating excellence recognized as the best in the utility industry.
Hydrant Flushing in Madison Twp.
Protecting our customers is our priority. To achieve this, Lake County Department of Utilities (LCDU) personnel will always identify themselves when speaking by telephone, and will leave messages during standard business hours, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. When interacting face-to-face, LCDU representatives will arrive in marked county vehicles, will wear marked county apparel, and will have proper county identification.
MPL Community Shred Day to be held September 12th
When the Coronavirus hit and things shut down, it led to many canceled events, including the Mentor Public Library’s free annual Shred Day for Library patrons and community members. The event is a great way to securely dispose of personal papers and documents like
Hydrant Flushing in Perry
Wishcycling vs. Recycling. Which one you are?
Recycling exerts say when in doubt, throw it out.
Great teams have great leaders. Apply today!https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/Portals/4/Water%20Distribution%20Supervisor%20Ad%2081120.pdf
We want to thank all the people that came today to ♻️ their electronics.
There were a lot of 📺📺📺. 🤯 😁👍
We are open, Electronics/TV Collection is open till 3 p.m. All items in the trunk and all TVs collected are free today!!!
Virtual Field Trips - See a Recycle Center and Landfill.
Tonight we talk about recycling! Join us a 7 p.m.
Here is a video about our solid waste division and how
Recycling is part of it.
Lake County Department of Utilities (LCDU) supplies safe drinking water to homes, cleans wastewater for our rivers and lakes and provides a location for safe...
If ensuring clean drinking water to thousands of people is your passion....we want you! Apply today.https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/Portals/4/Water%20Laboratory%20Tech%204320A.pdf
Flushing Notice Painesville Twp.
The Lake County Commissioners have authorized two business assistance programs to benefit small for-profit businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding for the programs was provided by the Community Development Block Grant allocated through the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development as a result of the Federal CARES Act.
More information https://bit.ly/LCGrantsLoans
Come join our team as a Supervisor – Wastewater Central Maintenance.https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/Portals/4/Wastewater%20Central%20Maintenance%20Supervisor%2012720A.pdf
We want you on our team! Apply to be our Solid Waste Utility Equipment Operator.https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/Portals/4/Equipment%20Operator%20Solid%20Waste%2071020.pdf
Come join our team today as a Wastewater Belt Filter Press Operator. Starting salary is $18.25 to $25.40 an hour depending on qualifications.https://www.lakecountyohio.gov/Portals/4/WW%20Belt%20Filter%20Press%20Operator%20Ad%207120.pdf
Willoughby Hills Flushing
Happy to donate bags to assist in the distribution of food in the Grocery Pick-Up program that feeds 450 senior households each week with over 15,000 lbs of produce and dairy.
The program runs through August 12. Seniors can make a reservation for the program by calling Lifeline at 2-1-1 or Council on Aging at 440-205-8111. Lake County Council on Aging Lifeline, Inc. Laketran
Makes remembering your cup easy...because it is literally your cup from home.
Reduceday Tuesday: Ask BBQ guests to bring their own reusable cups! Less post party clean up, less landfill waste. And, everyone having their personal cup makes it easy to remember whose drink is whose! www.cuyahogarecycles.org
Always be safe.
This happened late afternoon June 18th...
On Thursday, a 12 year old local boy was playing and wading in the Chagrin River near the Eagle Road bridge. Noticing an odd object among the rocks in the water, he investigated a little bit further. Surprisingly enough, what he discovered was an old, yet still very much active, military grade artillery shell. The curious boy picked up the 20 pound shell and carried it through the river and back to a residence on Trailard Drive. Once back at home, his mother had an opportunity to look at the "discovery". Thankfully, she had the wherewithal to contact our police department for assistance. Officers responded to the area, and after a brief investigation contacted our partners with the Lake County Bomb Unit. Bomb techs responded and we set up a perimeter for them to safely remove the ordnance. When all was said and done, the shell was placed into an explosive containment unit and taken to another location for safe disposal. The family was happy, and thankfully nobody was injured during the incident. It is unknown at this time how the shell found it's place in the Chagrin River. Thank you again to the officers working with the Lake County Bomb Unit - dangerous assignment. Now that it's all over - Our public safety / public service announcement is this...If you come across something that you think may be an explosive device (a bomb, shell, or mortar for example):
*do not touch it.
*leave the item where it is - even if it looks old and rusty, it may still contain explosives and is therefore potentially dangerous.
*contact your local law enforcement and/or fire department for further assistance.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone - and Happy Father's Day to all.
Thank you to everyone that assisted in the construction of the 600-foot revetment wall. This will protect our Bacon Road Water Treatment facility that serves public water to over 40,000 Lake County residents. Dave Joyce Jerry Cirino for State Senate Re Elect Lake County Commissioner John Hamercheck Ron YoungUS Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District
A description of the wall design and some of the science behind stopping erosion. The wall has natural grasses growing now and the Army Corp planted bushes and trees to help hold the soil from the wind and water. These natural solutions will help protect the Raw Water Station for a long time.
Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the completed construction of the 600-foot revetment wall along the Lake Erie shoreline that will protect the Lake County Raw Water Pump station.
The bluff along Lake Erie is highly erosive due to strong ice and wave action, eroding approximately 1.8 feet per year. Projecting the pump station is essential because it provides approximately 40,000 Lake County residents with clean drinking water.
Willowick and Wickliffe Flushing
We'd like you to join our team, Operator – Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Thank you to the record 1,987 vehicles that came to the Hazardous Collection today. We appreciate your patience and your desire to keep Lake County clean.
Hazardous Waste Collection, June 6, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Clarification on “All items must be in the trunk area of the vehicle or in a trailer or will not be accepted.” Accepted items list at http://bit.ly/SpecialCollections2020
Know someone in need, make the call
These buses are full of 5,000 lbs of produce 🥒🍅🥑 and 4,200 lbs of dairy 🥛🧀 donated to seniors in need. Today, we'll help out 400 senior families.
Lake Humane Society has joined us to also distribute pet food to those who need it. 🐾🐾
Know a senior in need? Call 211 to reserve your groceries.
All traffic lanes are open in Downtown Willoughby. The Waterline replacement project has been completed.
The break wall project in Painesville Twp. has been completed and will keep the Raw Water Station, intake access point, and all public water service safe. This station provides water for Painesville Twp., Perry Twp., Madison Twp. and Madison Village.
This project is nearing completion, projected to finish early next week. Traffic will be two lanes when the Willoughby Farmers Market returns June 6th.
Hazardous Waste Collection, June 6, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Lake County Fairgrounds, 1301 Mentor Ave., enter this entrance only.
All items must be in the trunk area of the vehicle or in a trailer or will not be accepted. Full details at http://bit.ly/Lake2020
105 Main St
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Supplying safe drinking water to your home, clean water to our rivers and lake and preventing unnecessary fill to our land. This will be accomplished by striving to maintain a level of management and operating excellence recognized as the best in the utility industry.