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Lead Service Line Replacement Program

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) has made a requirement for all Public Water Providers to create and maintain a detailed inventory of Water Service Line material for every service address within each district. The Trumbull County Water Department has made a survey to expedite this process, which can be found by clicking HERE or by scanning the QR code below with your smartphone camera. The only information that will be shared with the OEPA will be the Water Service Line material. Other information taken on the survey will be used for filing purposes, and are not to be shared anywhere. We thank you greatly for your cooperation and help with expediting the entire process of managing this inventory.



The 2022 Consumer Confidence Reports are now available for Trumbull County Water Customers

Preliminary Finding of No Significant Impact To All Citizens, Organizations and Government Agencies – Elm Road Waterline Improvements

Financial Help for Struggling Water and Sewer Customers

User Guide for Paying Your Bill Online

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If you are experiencing difficulty accessing your latest bill, please call our office during normal business hours for your balance.

***To report an emergency 24 hours a day please contact 330-675-2775***

For a possible sewer deduction, pool meters are available for a $50 rental for anyone filling a pool using more than 7,500 gallons.
Please call (330) 675-7761 before filling for more information.

Our Organization...

Trumbull County Sanitary Engineer’s Department is a government utility of Trumbull County, Ohio formed in accordance under the Ohio Revised Codes, specifically Chapters 6103-County Water Supply Systems and 6117-Sewer Districts- County Sewers, with the responsibility for the construction, operation, maintenance, repair, replacement and upgrades of water distribution and wastewater collection systems located within the unincorporated areas of the County.

The Ohio Revised Code provides the statutes under which the Board of County Commissioners in the State of Ohio can operate and maintain a public utility service. Trumbull County currently operates two sewer districts and seven water districts. The Trumbull County Board of Commissioners is responsible for the oversight of the Trumbull County Sanitary Engineer’s Department. Trumbull County, Ohio and the Sanitary Engineer’s Department are legally represented by the Trumbull County Prosecutor’s Office.