What We Do
Water Resources personnel maintain utility systems for distributing water and collecting wastewater; while providing for the health, safety
With modern water plants and waste treatment facilities and the capability of pumping more than six million gallons daily, Lexington Utilities has no shortage of fresh healthy drinking water.
Rates Effective July 1, 2018
Water and Wastewater Rates
Water Quality and Recognition
Lexington has been cited for the best tasting water in the entire state and has received the Advanced Technology Award from the Environmental Protection Agency. Innovative water conservation programs are available for both commercial and residential applications. Additional water quality information is available in the Water Quality Report as well as a System Performance Report from the waste treatment facilities.
For additional information, please contact us.
System Development Fee Analysis
The North Carolina General Assembly passed House Bill 436 in July 2017, amending Chapter 162A of the General Statutes by adding “Article 8, System Development Fees.” This amendment was enacted as “An Act to Provide for Uniform Authority to Implement System Development Fees for Public Water and Sewer Systems in North Carolina and to clarify the Applicable Statute of Limitations.” As a requirement of the amended General Statute, the City of Lexington employed Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc., a professional utilities financial consulting firm, to complete a system development fee analysis. You can access the analysis here.
Reporting Water or Sewer Problems
336-248-3930 -during normal business hours
336-248-2337 -for after hour emergencies
For additional information, please visit the Customer Service webpage or contact our Customer Service department. View the department's organizational chart here.