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Blue_Circle_Family_Photo_Collage_(1)Protecting drinking water from lead sources is a shared responsibility of SCWA and property owners. To assist in this effort, we encourage residents to help us identify their service line material by using the interactive map below. If the service line at your address has no information, please complete the survey with all necessary details at the bottom of this page so that we can update the service line material accurately. For further assistance with identifying your service line material or locating your account number, please refer to the sidebar.

Click Our Interactive Map to Check the Service Line Material Associated with Your Property

Visit the interactive map above and search for your address to determine the material of your service lines. When the map loads, a link to the legend icon Screenshot_(266) will appear at the top of your screen. Follow the instructions below once you identify your property on the map:

‚ÄčCustomer Side (left side of circle)

  • Green/white circle indicates no lead service line on the customer side, but the pipe material on the SCWA side is unknown. Further investigation is required to determine the pipe material on the SCWA side. 

 

  • Gray/white circle represents a lead service line on the customer side, while the pipe material on the SCWA side is unknown. Further investigation is required to determine the pipe material on the SCWA side.

 

  • White/white circle implies that the pipe materials on both the customer and SCWA sides are unknown. Contact SCWA at leadfreeSCWA@scwa.com to help identify the pipe materials, which may include free water testing or visual inspection.

SCWA Side (right side of circle)

  • White/green circle indicates no lead service line on the SCWA side, but the pipe material on the customer side is unknown. Further investigation is required to determine the pipe material on the customer side.

 

  • White/gray circle represents a lead service line on the SCWA side, while the pipe material on the customer side is unknown. Further investigation is required to determine the pipe material on the customer side.

 

  • White/white circle indicates that the pipe materials on both the customer and SCWA sides are unknown. Contact SCWA at leadfreeSCWA@scwa.com to help identify the pipe materials, which may include free water testing or visual inspection.


Complete the service line material form below only if the interactive map indicated the service line at your address is unknown.



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Find lead pipes in your home

That's great because they aren't made of lead - congratulations! But it's still possible that you might have lead fittings or solder somewhere in the plumbing, especially if it was installed before 1960. If you want to check whether there's lead in your water, try requesting a test from your water utility.