Water & Sewer Authority

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The Livingston County Water & Sewer Authority (the Authority) is a public benefit corporation that was established in 1995 by an act of the State Legislature.  As outlined in its enabling legislation, the Authority was created "for the benefit of the people of the county and the state, for the improvement of their health, welfare and prosperity, and that such purposes are public purposes, and that the authority is and will be performing an essential governmental function in the exercise of the powers conferred upon it".

The authority's primary responsibilities are to construct, improve, maintain, develop, expand and rehabilitate water and sewerage facilities.  The Authority currently operates and maintains:  two wastewater treatment plants, approximately 50 miles of sanitary sewer collection and conveyance piping, and 45 sewage pump stations:  approximately 75 miles of water distribution and transmission piping, 12 water storage tanks, 7 booster pump stations, and 5 re-chlorination stations.

The Authority is providing water services to approximately 3,608 water accounts.  The Authority's water customers are located within the Village of Livonia and portions of the Towns of Avon, Caledonia, Conesus, Geneseo, Groveland, Livonia, and Sparta.

The Authority is providing sewer services to approximately 3,527 sewer accounts.  The Authority's sewer customers are located within the Village of Livonia and portions of the Towns of Livonia, Conesus, Avon, Groveland, Leicester, Mt. Morris and Sparta.

The Authority is also responsible for the operations and maintenance of the flood gates in Conesus Creek at the outlet of Conesus Lake.  This is accomplished through an agreement between the Authority and the Conesus Lake Compact (Towns of Conesus, Geneseo, Groveland, and Livonia).

       

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