City of Benton Harbor Drinking Water Customers
New Tip411 Mobile App
The Benton Harbor Department of Public Safety is increasing its crime-fighting arsenal with an innovative new phone app to help residents better connect with the department in order to share information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips, all from the convenience of their smartphone.
Read more about Tip411
Maps of the proposed road plan for the next three (3) years.
- Benton Harbor Streets – Overall Plan (all streets)
- Benton Harbor Streets – 2019 Project Map
- Benton Harbor Streets – 2020 Project Map
- Benton Harbor Streets – 2021 Project Map
Beginning March 18th, a section of Paw Paw Avenue will be closed.
The City of Benton Harbor will be closing a section of Paw Paw Avenue from north of Waukonda to the Public Works Maintenance garage. This closure will occur on Monday, March 18, 2019, at 8:00 AM and will continue until further notice. This will allow the City to investigate and ultimately repair the failing area of Paw Paw Avenue. During this time, traffic will be routed to North Shore Avenue until Paw Paw Avenue can be repaired and passable for traffic.
An advisory to the Drinking Water Customers of the City of Benton Harbor
This summer, we collected water samples from thirty homes. Eight of those homes were above the Action Level of 15 parts per billion (ppb) for lead. The 90th percentile of samples was 22 ppb for lead.
All the Drinking Water Customers of the City of Benton Harbor, please open and read this notice: “Public Education Document for Lead and Copper“
Read more — COBH Public Advisory
Benton Harbor Free Lead and Copper Testing Results
Lead and Copper Information Sheet
BH Lead and Copper Results for 2018