Sewer & Water Utility
Municipal Services Director
12 Albion St Edgerton, WI 53534
Phone: (608) 884-3341
Fax No: (608) 884-8892
After Hours Emergency: (608) 884-3321
Chief Sewer Operator
Phone: (608) 884-6531
For a sewer or water emergency after hours or on weeekends, please call
Edgerton Police Department
For billing questions, please contact
Chief Water Operator
City of Edgerton Water Reports
Consumer Confidence Reports are not mailed out to residents. Copies are available at Edgerton City Hall upon request.
Phone: (608) 884-3341
Fax: (608) 884-8892
After hours emergency number (608) 884-3321
Non Discrimination Statement
Through its regular water testing program, the City of Edgerton’s Water Utility has detected an exceedance of lead in its drinking water in three of the twenty homes from which the City collects water samples.
The City is working closely with the Department of Natural Resources to identify the source of the problem. The Utility has tested each of its three wells as required and has found no evidence of lead in the water being delivered to the distribution system. This indicates the problem is most likely coming from old lead joints, lead service lines, or in-home plumbing through old piping and fixtures. We are currently taking samples of the distribution system to further pin point the source. The brochure included in this mailing contains information regarding the risk of elevated lead levels as well as how to evaluate lead levels in your home.
For more information on reducing lead exposure around your home or building and the health effects of lead, visit the City of Edgerton’s website at www.cityofedgerton.com and EPA’s website at http://www.epa.gov/lead or contact your health care provider.
Please distribute this notice to any individuals who would benefit from knowing of the lead exceedance and agencies that could further distribute this information and education materials.
State approved testing labs
WI State Lab of Hygiene
Public Health Madison
Dane Co Lab
City of Edgerton Resolution Recognizing Lead in Drinking Water is a Public Health Hazard and Declaring a Commitment to Replace 100 Percent of Lead Service Lines Over the Next Five Years