Lost Lake Utility District Certified Water and Sewer Operator
Rate Structure Effective April 1, 2010
At the March 2010
LLUD Public Meeting, the board unanimously approved a new rate
structure and billing schedule. The District will now read
meters and bill every 2 months beginning in April. Click
Here to view the new 2010 rate structure.
RATE COMMITTEE IS BEING
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Of Information ACT Officers
Susan Steffens has been appointed FOIA
Officer by and for the LLUD.
Should you have any requests
for LLUD public records, always feel free to contact the office at
815-652-3494. We've attached some FAQs from the Attorney
General's Office below:
We've added helpful new
Grinder Pump Options.
Click here to download!
2011 Annual Drinking Water
The Lost Lake
Utility District has available, upon request, the 2011 Annual Drinking
Water Quality Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR).
The CCR includes basic information on the source(s) of your drinking
water, the levels of any contaminants that were detected in the water
during 2011 and compliance with other drinking water rules, as well
as some educational materials.
To obtain a copy of
the report, click on the link below, call the office at
(815) 652-3494 or pick one up at 311 Birch Lane, Dixon, IL 61021.
Click here for the 2010
Drinking Water Quality Report
Budget and Appropriations
Click here for the entire 2012 Budget
Report for the LLUD.
FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS
Click here for
the Design and Construction Schedule
Wastewater Treatment Plant
and the Water Main Looping Projects
June 1, 2012
Cross-Connection Control Survey
for a copy of
Dear Water Customer:
The Lost Lake Utility District will be
completing a Cross-Connection Control Survey. A cross-connection
is any situation that allows a potable (safe) water source and a
non-potable (contaminated) water source the opportunity to come
into contact with each other. The Illinois Environmental
Protection Agency (IEPA) and the Illinois Department of Public
Health (IDPH) are responsible for ensuring that
cross-connections do not occur through enforcement of
cross-control regulations. A cross-connection between potable
and non-potable water sources may cause anything from
contamination of plumbing to sickness and even death of
A response from all customers served by the
LLUD will be required.
The LLUD Compiled Ordinances
are now available. Go to What's
to view and print.
our continuing efforts to provide current and accurate information to
the community, we have created this web site for your convenience.
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you for visiting.
Tom Wendling, Chairperson
Lost Lake Utility District Board Mission
The purpose of the Lost
Lake Utility District Board is to represent the interests and needs of
the people living within the boundaries of the District concerning
fresh water supply and wastewater management.
1) The Lost Lake Utility District
Board will determine the feasibility and advisability of purchasing
the assets of the New Landing Utility.
2) The Lost Lake Utility
District Board will investigate and determine the best methods to
acquire financing for the purchase of the New Landing Utility’s
3) The Lost Lake Utility District Board will determine the best method
of managing the New Landing Utility’s assets if they are acquired
that minimizes user fees while bringing the system into compliance
4) The Lost Lake Utility District Board will oversee the management of
the Lost Lake Utility District and take up whatever other matters that are related to
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