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Is Your City's Drinking Water Safe? Protect Citizens with a Lead and Copper Survey.

Get a custom website, survey, collateral & more to follow KDHE requirements due October 16, 2024.

Lead & Copper Survey Examples

Meet KDHE Lead and Copper Pipe Removal Requirements for Your City in Kansas

To follow the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) requirements, cities in Kansas are required to remove all lead pipes from the drinking water system by October 16,  2024. Avoid potential health issues and costly & disruptive excavation for citizens by creating a simple survey.

We Can Help

Our user-friendly Lead and Copper Survey websites ensure a simple and secure process to collect data from citizens’ homes. Customize your own website, survey, and any other tools you need to communicate. We can help with assets including:

  • Informative websites
  • Online surveys
  • Physical mail pieces
  • Posters or flyers
  • Email & test campaigns

Let’s Get Started

To ensure you fulfill KDHE’s requirements by October 16, 2024 – create your custom lead and copper survey as soon as possible with us. Fill out our Get a Quote form to tell us about your needs and let’s get started!


  • “Lee Media Group made this daunting task a breeze for the City of Rose Hill! They created a website, online survey, postcard mailers, and posters for us to efficiently accomplish our goal of getting residents to respond to the survey.”

    Katy Unruh, City of Rose Hill

Examples of Our Work

Mockup of landing page on computer monitor

Landing Page on Website

For the City of Rose Hill, we created a new landing page that could be integrated into their current website and branding, with a simple and easy to remember URL. This is where citizens can learn more about the need for the project and how to do their part by taking the lead and copper survey.

Postcard Collateral

We created a postcard mailer warning citizens about avoiding potential health risks and possible lawn excavation if the survey isn't completed. The postcard includes a QR code to more easily lead them to the survey landing page on the website.

Lead & Copper Survey Poster example

Poster Collateral

Our team created a poster to hang in high traffic areas throughout town for citizens to see including City Hall, the library, and at community events to draw attention to the survey. The poster included an overview on the importance of the survey with the deadline and QR code linked to the website.

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