Non-Community Water Supplies
A transient supply can be defined as a supply that serves a non-community population of 25 or more individuals at least 60 days per year.
A non-transient supply can be defined as a non-community water system that serve the same 25 or more individuals at least 6 months a year.
It is the Illinois Department of Public Health's ("IDPH") responsibility to review construction plans and to routinely inspect and sample these supplies. In Kendall County, Environmental Health Services assists in conducting this program as an "agent" of the IDPH.
For additional Information, please view the Non-Community Public Water Supply Program Handbook.
Non-community public water supplies ("NCWS") are those that serve a non-residential population of 25 or more people at least 60 days a year. The NCWS consists of two categories: transient and non-transient.