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Licking County Water and Sewer Infrastructure Survey

The Licking County Commissioners have authorized the Licking County Water and Sewer Infrastructure Study to review existing water and sewer services within Licking County. The study will also include identifying areas where these services could possibly be expanded to in the future. The Licking County Health Department is participating on the Study’s Steering Committee, along with the Licking County Area Transportation Study, Licking County Engineer’s Office, and Grow Licking County.“With the amount of development our county is going to see over the next decade, this study is critical to assist local leaders with identifying areas that could possibly benefit from being served by public water and or sewer services.” said Chad Brown, Licking County Health Commissioner. “Collaborative efforts like this will only benefit Licking County as we prepare for future growth.”As part of the study, the Steering Committee is asking Licking County residents to complete a short survey to assist with gathering information about the current water and sewer services available. Survey feedback will only be used for informational purposes and will not be tied to personal information.
Licking County Water and Sewer Survey

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