Overview The Water Committee is an advisory panel that supports the residents of the City of Prospect Heights with respect to all potable water issues.
Meetings3rd Saturday of the Month
Prospect Heights City Hall
8 N. Elmhurst Road
Prospect Heights, IL 60070
To contact the Water Committee by email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Agendas & MinutesAgendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available after approval.
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- Bob Korvas - Chairman
- Louis Ennesser - Vice Chair
- Kay Michaely - Secretary
- Sean Dwyer
- Dee Monroe
- Ralph Kendall - On Sabbatical
- Vacant Position
Water Surveys and Results2015 1st Water Survey Details Click Here
2016 2nd Water Survey Click Here
1st and 2nd Water Survey ResultsThe combined responses from the first and second water surveys were reported at the April 23rd, 2016 Water Committee meeting.
- 823 responses were received
- 300 residents indicated interest in bringing in city water
- 440 residents indicated that they were not interested in city water
- 83 residents responded “Maybe” to the question regarding bringing in city water
- 61 residents indicated interest in a well water forum to improve their well water
- 209 residents indicated that they would like to volunteer or might be interested in volunteering on a sub-committee for the process for Special Service Area creation (bringing city water to an area) or improving well water quality
A “Call to Action” letter for volunteers was mailed to residents who indicated they might be interested in volunteering on a sub-committee. If you missed the letter or did not receive it but are interested in volunteering on either of the sub-committees (Well water purification or Process for SSA creation, click on the Volunteer Letter or you can email the water committee directly at email@example.com.
Questions regarding the water survey or any potable water issue can be directed to the Water Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- I currently have a well but I am interested in City supplied water for my property, what is the process to get City water?
- Can I keep my well if I switch to City supplied water?
- What is a Special Service Area (SSA)?
- Who creates the SSA?
- Who determines if a SSA is approved?
- Who pays for the SSA?
- How much does the SSA cost?