Source water planning
Source Water Policy – Illinois – Laura
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|Community water systems are required to implement source water protection plans||Community water supply systems expanding through the construction of new wells are required to initiate local wellhead protection programs for these wells in the state of Illinois.|
|Community water systems are encouraged to implement source water protection plans||
Illinois source water protection plans are required and supported by the state Source Water Assessment Program.
|Funding is available to implement plans||Dedicated funding is not available for plan implementation.
|Periodic updates to plans are required||
In Illinois, updates are required every 5 years for Source Water Protection Plans.
|For FY 2022, the State Revolving Fund program utilized set-aside funding for source water protection programs||
Source Water is an eligible category for loan funding for the Public Water Supply Loan Program.
|Monitoring sources of drinking water accessed through private wells is required||Private water well owners themselves have the primary responsibility to test well water for potential contaminants in Illinois.|
|Funding is available to mitigate compromised sources of drinking water accessed through private wells||The state of Illinois does not provide funding to mitigate issues with compromised private wells.|
|Jurisdiction implements this program component|
|Jurisdiction does not implement this program component|
|Jurisdiction partially implements this program component|