|Our Mission Statement:
to deliver and preserve our water supply for the welfare,
health, and safety of the inhabitants of the Massapequa Water
Since its establishment
in 1930, the Water District has been devoted to providing its consumers
with a safe and adequate supply of high-quality potable drinking
water. This supply continues to meet or exceed the mandated requirements
set by Federal, State and Local Regulatory Agencies. Today, local
residents enjoy clean and refreshing tap water delivered through
a combination of nine (9) deep underground wells and approximately
148 miles of water mains.
The public is encouraged to help preserve
and protect this natural resource by following lawn watering regulations
and other conservation tips found on this web-site as well as preventing
contamination of our groundwater by properly disposing of hazardous
chemicals that could jeopardize this essential resource for future
The District has been hard at work
and will continue this same work ethic in the future in order to
safeguard and improve the water system that supplies this community
with clean, potable water. The Massapequa Water District thanks
all of our consumers for their patience and understanding as we
continue to work towards upgrading and improving our water system.
The Board of Commissioners, Administrative, Office and Field staff
pledges to continue the implementation of new and innovative programs
and technologies that will insure that your water is of the highest
quality and is protected by professionals with the highest qualifications
Please take a look at the various
sections and links offered by this website that will allow you to
become familiar with the people that are dedicated to serving you
as well as to be better informed as to the history, finances, projects
being undertaken and the unique services this District has to offer.
» 2014 Spring Hydrant Flushing
» Notice of Construction Work, water main installation, Ocean Avenue, between Connecticut Avenue and Front Street, beginning on or about April 14
the Desk of the Superintendent...
» 2014 Massapequa Water District Budget
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You can use your credit card to pay water bills for 2012-2013
UNTIL FRIDAY 8/23/2013.
After that date, ONLY 2013 bills can be paid by credit card
and you could incur a lien if you attempt to pay 2012 bills
with a credit card.
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