Water & Sanitary Division
Sanitary jetting and televising will begin Monday 02/02/15. The contractor will be working mainly in the South West area of the Village (South of Rollins and West of Cedar Lake Road). Please see the notice below that the contractor will be handing out ahead of their work:
RESIDENT NOTICE !!!
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE BEACH HAS CONTRACTED WITH PIPE-VIEW LLC TO PERFORM SANITARY SEWER FLUSHING AND INSPECTION WORK ON SANITARY SEWER MAINS ADJACENT TO YOUR PROPERTY. THE WORK IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN ON YOUR STREET WITHIN THE NEXT 2-3 BUSINESS DAYS.
The maintenance and inspection work will be performed Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. This work is necessary to check the condition of the sanitary sewer and to perform routine maintenance. This work should have no effect on your daily sewer service/routine; however, during the scheduled work period please keep all basement and lower floor toilet lids closed.
Thank you for your cooperation.
If you have any questions, please contact the Village of Round Lake Beach Public
Works Department at 847-546-8752.
Since 1992, the village’s potable water supply has been provided by the Central Lake County Joint Action Water Agency (C.L.C.J.A.W.A.) and the source is Lake Michigan. The village’s water distribution system also consists of six back up wells, two elevated tanks and one above ground storage facility with a storage capacity of 4 million gallons.
In addition, the water system consists of 80 miles of various sized water distribution mains, and appurtenances intrinsic of 1075 control valves, 1025 fire hydrants, 8,050 water services and metered accounts. The village pumps an average of 2.0 million gallons per day (GPD) during the summer months and 1.6 million per day during the winter months with an annual pumping volume of over 650 million gallons.
Water Main Breaks
2014 Water Quality Report
Our Sanitary System
The village’s sanitary collection system consists of 70 miles of various sized sanitary mains including seven sanitary wastewater-pumping stations. Sanitary sewage is conveyed to the Northwest Fox Lake Water Reclamation District where it is treated and released. The Water and Sanitary Division maintenance programs include regular jetting, flushing, and cleaning of sanitary sewer mains and emergency response to sewer line blockages. The village’s sanitary collection system consists of 70 miles of various sized sanitary mains including six sanitary wastewater-pumping stations.
Storm/Sanitary Connection Specifications