As mandated by the New York State Department
of Environmental Conservation, the Manhasset-Lakeville Water
District operates under an annual pumpage cap. The cap
limits the total amount of water that can be withdrawn from
the aquifers serving our District. In order to satisfy our
permit to operate a public
water supply, the District enacted a water conservation
plan. The existing plan limits lawn watering to every other
day, prohibits the use of water for once-through cooling,
bans the washing of pavement, and promotes the use of low
flow fixtures within the home.
In addition, the charges for water are based
upon the above conservation driven block rate chart. In the
winter months the District pumps an average of five million
gallons per day. In the summer months the District pumps an
average of nine million gallons per day. The new rates will
take effect on January 1, 2019.
MANHASSET-LAKEVILLE WATER DISTRICT
Conservation Driven Block Rates
NEW (Effective Jan. 1, 2019)
RESIDENTIAL WATER RATES
CONSUMPTION PER FOUR-MONTH PERIOD
0 – 8,000
0 - 36,000
0 - 72,000
0 - 216,000
0 - Over 216,001
COMMERCIAL - WATER RATES
0 - 375,000
375,001 - and over
The rate to be paid by each consumer under the foregoing table is not intended to be a blend
of rates for different levels of consumption; rather, each consumer pays for all
gallons consumed at the highest rate applicable under the foregoing table, based
upon the total consumption.
Residential consumers who have experienced a
financial hardship during the Covid-19 Pandemic are entitled to request
a paymnet deferral of their current water bill witout incurring any late fees or penalties.
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Manhasset-Lakeville Water District Rules and Regulations
Governing the Conduct of Annual Elections for Commissioner of the District for Election to be Held on:
December 8, 2020 12:00pm – 9:00 pm.
On July 8, Governor Cuomo’s office announced that the New York State
Department of Health (NYSDOH) has proposed
new drinking water standards for the emerging contaminants
PFOA, PFOS, and 1,4-dioxane, which are polluting Long Island
groundwater from industrial chemicals that were used and disposed
here for decades.
The front office will be operating from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm. Special arrangements or
appointments can be made through Mary Jayne Dreyer at 516-466-4416 ext 707
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