What We Do
The Lakehurst Water and Sanitation District (District) is a Master Meter District that provides potable water and sanitary sewer services to approximately 5,544 customer accounts. These accounts consist of 5,231 single-family homes, 148 mult-family dwellings, 119 commercial, which encompass schools, restaurants, offices, hotels, and other public buildings. There are also 44 irrigation accounts and the Federal Correctional Facility located at 9595 West Quincy Avenue. The District is responsible for reading and billing all of its customers on a monthly/bi-monthly basis for water consumed.
The District owns, operates and maintains over 66 miles of sanitary sewer mainlines, ranging in size from 8-inch to 30-inch of various pipe type. The District also owns, operates and maintains over 76 miles of water mainlines ranging in size from 4-inch to 24-inch of various pipe type.
The District’s operations are financed by revenues generated primarily from rates, fees, tolls and charges for water and sanitary sewer services provided to each of its customers.
The District has a Distributor’s contract with the City and County of Denver acting through its Board of Water Commissioners (Denver Water) whereby Denver is obligated to sell and the District is obligated to purchase potable water for distribution to the District’s customers. On the sanitary sewer side, the District has a contract with Metro Wastewater Reclamation District, whereas Metro agrees to accept sanitary sewage collected within the District boundaries and from various connector districts for transportation and treatment.
What does this all mean from a customers viewpoint? Simply this, if any customer within the Lakehurst Water and Sanitation District boundaries ever experiences water quality issues, sewer mainline problems, water main break or any general problem with the water or sewer services provided on a 24-hour basis, please contact us at the number listed on the District’s Home Page.