Lead Service Line Inventory/Tracking letters have been mailed out to select addresses in the city.
We are respectfully asking for your help to identify what type of water service line you have in your home. The City has contracted with ms consultants, inc. to assist us in this inventory process. We have included instructions on how you can self-test your water service line and report that information back to ms consultants, inc. for tracking. You may send back the completed form using the provided self-addressed stamped envelope or simply scan the QR code with your smartphone and complete the survey online. Your response is greatly appreciated. If you are a homeowner and have received a letter, please follow the directions. If you are a renter, please forward the letter to your landlord.
As an Ohio Public Water System, the City of Hubbard is mandated to continually maintain compliance with Ohio EPA regulations. In 2016, the Ohio Legislature adopted new requirements related to lead and copper for public water systems. Under these new regulations, the City is required to submit an inventory of lead service lines by October 16, 2024. In addition to lead and copper compliance, the City has developed an asset management plan in compliance with Ohio EPA requirements. The asset management plan reviews the technical, managerial, and financial capability of our water system with updates to the plan performed on a routine basis.
If you have any further questions regarding the quality of your water or the CCR report, please contact City Water Administrator Kenneth Day at (330) 534-3054. For questions regarding the service line self-test process, please contact Steve Preston or Ellie Bodnar at ms consultants, inc. (330-744-5321). Thank you.