The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is replacing lead water service lines throughout the City of Pittsburgh to reduce exposure to lead in drinking water. PWSA will coordinate with customers to replace both portions of the lead service line when possible.
*Replacements will take place at the following locations from June 24 – June 28, 2019:
- McLain Street (Beltzhoover Avenue – Renwick Street)
- Manton Way (Arlington Avenue – Amanda Street)
- Ceres Way (Beltzhoover Avenue – Emerald Street)
- Carnival Way (Millbridge Street – Allen Street)
- East Warrington Avenue Arlington Avenue – Mount Oliver Street)
- Arlington Avenue (Manton Way – East Amanda Street)
- North Dallas Street (Formosa Way – Fleury Way)
- Hermitage Street (North Murtland Street – North Lang Street)
- Maple Avenue (Hawkins Street – dead end)
- Bark Street (Hazelton Avenue – East Burgess Street)
- Millbridge Street (McLain Street – East Warrington Avenue)
- Renwick Street (Excelsior Street – McLain Street)
- Excelsior Street (Renwick Street – Emerald Street)
- Kendron Street (North Homewood Avenue – Sterrett Street)
- Frankstown Avenue (North Murtland Street – North Lang Street)
- Meadville Street (Marsonia Street – Catoma Street)
- Federal Street Extension (North Commons Street – Perrysville Avenue)
- Jancey Street (Vetter Street – Gael Way)
- Chislett Street (Greenwood Street – Bishop Street)
*Please note that the schedule is weather dependent and subject to change.
Any customer who needs additional information should call the PWSA Lead Help Desk at 412-255-8987 or email at LeadHelp@pgh2o.com.
This program has been made possible with a $49 million funding package from the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST). PWSA will replace over 4,000 lead service lines throughout its water distribution system while avoiding harmful partial lead line replacements. Since July 2016, PWSA has replaced over 3,000 public lead service lines and nearly 1,600 private lines.
PWSA’s Lead Help Desk team coordinates on an individual basis with customers receiving lead service line replacements. Outreach for this program began in Fall of 2018.
For more information on the Community Lead Response, go to lead.pgh2o.com