The City of Geneva is proposing to replace about 300 lead water service lines and about 18,000 feet of existing water main during the next several years. Work would tentatively begin during the City's 2024-25 fiscal year.
The City will be conducting a public hearing at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024 at Geneva City Hall, 109 James St. Residents, property owners and water system users will have the opportunity to provide both written and verbal comments at the public hearing for or against the City's loan application or project. The estimated cost for the replacement of the lead service is $5.6 million and the water main construction would be $9.4 million.
City Council meetings air live on Geneva Broadcast Network, which can be viewed on Comcast Ch. 10, AT&T U-Verse Ch. 99, MetroNet Ch. 93, or the City's YouTube channel.
The project documents contain information regarding the location, user rate impacts and potential environmental impacts.