Sewer Utility System
Water and sanitary waste that leaves the inside of your home or business enters the Edmonds sewer system and flows through city-owned and maintained pipes into the Edmonds and Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plants.  City staff provides maintenance and repair of City systems to ensure federal and state standards are met for water quality, plant-generated air, effluent, and solids.  The Engineering Division is responsible for the long range planning, design and construction management of public sewer system improvements and extensions.



Annual Sewer Projects - Phases I and II

Construction for Phases 1 and 2 of the Annual Sewer Replacement Projects will begin in late spring and continue into the fall during 2014.

- Construction Notice available here - 



76th Ave W - Waterline and Sewerline Replacement

Final roadway and sidewalk restoration along with addressing outstanding punchlist items by the contractor is scheduled for June 2014.

For additional information including a schedule of work to be completed, please visit the City of Lynnwood website.

Construction Contact Info:
Brian Delp
City of Lynnwood Public Works Department
Resident Construction Engineer
425-670-5224
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Sewer System Construction Projects

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Public Works and Capital Improvement Projects - Current capital projects, city projects and information on the City's six year capital improvement program can be found by clicking on the document link to the below.

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Sewer Comprehensive Plan

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The comprehensive plan provides an analysis of the City's sewer system.  It provides planning information that will guide the City in operating, maintaining and improving the sewer system.

 


Sewer Service Area

Icon - MapMost of the incorporated City Limits are served by the Edmonds Public Sewer System.  The City sewer system presently serves an area of about 7.4 square miles within the City limits.

 


Sewer Backups

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Sewer leak, sewer backups ....

 

What causes a backup?

How could a sewer backup affect me?

What should I do if sewage backs up into my home?

Is there anything I can do to prevent sewage backup into my home?

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City Right-of-Way -

During normal working hours please contact the Public Works Department at 425.771.0235

For AFTER HOURS EMERGENCIES: Call 911 - the operator will dispatch a utility crew member as required.

 



Infiltration and Inflow

The infiltration and inflow (I & I) study provides an analysis of the City's sewer system.  It provides planning information that will guide the City in maintaining and improving the sewer system to mitigate infiltration and inflow into the system.

An I & I study was prepared for the City in June 2010 and is provided here in a PDF format for your reference.

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Contact Information

Long Range Planning, 
Design and Construction
Management

Mike DeLilla, P.E.
121 - 5th Ave N, Edmonds
425.771.0220
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City Water System Maintenance

Jim Waite
7110 - 210th St SW, Edmonds
425.771.0235 x 1649
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Drinking Water Quality
Backflow Assembly Testing


Linda McMurphy
7110 - 210th St SW, Edmonds
425.275.4514
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Utility Billing

121 - 5th Ave N, Edmonds
425.771.0241

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Residential and Commercial
Development

121 - 5th Ave N, Edmonds
425.771.0220

Jeanie McConnell
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JoAnne Zulauf
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Jennifer Lambert
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