|The duties of the Drain Commissioner
are established by statutory law (Michigan Drain Code of 1956, as amended) as
well as delegated by the County Board of Commissioners. The Lenawee County
Drain Commissioner is responsible for the maintenance of 709 separate drainage
districts encompassing over 1,500 miles of drains within the boundaries of the
county. The job also includes the administration and maintenance of nine
(9) separate sewer systems and four (4) water systems.
This office also issues and enforces soil erosion permits, inspects preliminary plats and maintains the court-ordered lake levels on eight (8) lakes in the county.
Permanent New Hours
7AM - 5:30PM
For your convenience we have installed a Payment Drop Box
at our office located on Springbrook Ave.
Drinking Water Facilities 2014
Loch Erin Sanitary Board Meeting
Central Lenawee WWTP Discharge Permit
View Maps of Drain Maintenance Activities
Loch Erin Sodium Chloride Reduction Plan
Red Mill Pond information
National Floodplain Insurance Rate Map Modernization for Lenawee County
Lenawee County Sewer,
Water & Drain
|If you are having trouble with a Lenawee County Designated Drain please Contact Us, or use this Form to request maintenance.|
|Let us know fast if you experience flooding from a County Drain or Sanitary Sewer|
|Any individual who has been injured or has suffered property damage as a result of a County Storm Drain or Sanitary Sewer must provide written notice of the event within 45 days after the date the damage or injury was discovered Written notice must include the following:
Failure to comply with the new reporting requirements will result in a denial of the claim.
|Flooding & Tornado Safety Information|
Tornado & Thunderstorm Safety
|Credit: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality|