Seattle Public Utilities Ray Hoffman, Director

Update on lead testing

After two days of extensive testing in five Seattle homes, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) confirmed on April 24 that the city’s water continues to be safe to drink. SPU further looked into whether the service lines for the five homes contained lead “gooseneck” fittings. Read about those recent findings and find out more about water quality and the type of water line that serves your home by using our map tool.

May 2, 2016

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