For Water / Sewage Treatment contact information, please refer to “Administration Offices” in the “Departments” menu
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Phone)
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Window)
(Office does not close for lunch)
For after hours water emergencies, please call (740) 342-4111 to speak with someone in NLPD Dispatch
The fee for an after hours service call is $75.00
(740) 342 – 0405
Pay Water Bill Online
The New Lexington Water Office accepts payments online via Invoice Cloud, by phone, or by text. To make a payment online, please click the “Pay Water Bills Online” button below.
To pay by phone, please call (844) 778-1891 and follow the prompts.
To pay by text, please click the “Pay Water Bills Online” button above to enroll.
This is a fee based service. For all utility transactions there will be a $3.45 fee for credit cards and an additional $0.95 fee for payments made by phone.
Drinking Water Report
On August 7, 2023, Village Council voted to amend Section 4 of Ordinance 18-10 pertaining to summer pool fill credits.
Below is the outline for the pool fill credits for the summer of 2024:
|Number of Gallons:||
|27,000 or above||$125.00|
You must call the Water Department prior to filling your pool and complete the Swimming Pool Credit Application to be considered for a pool credit.
In accordance with the Codified Ordinance with the Village of New Lexington, please heed the following information:
Regarding maintenance and replacement of water meters, water customers will be charged and held responsible for all repairs or cost of replacement occasioned by hot water, neglect, or any act of negligence on the part of said customer.
Regarding billing and payment of water bills, all charges for water are assessed against the property to which the service is rendered, and are a lien against such property, collectible in the same manner as other taxes and assessments; it shall be the duty of persons purchasing property to ascertain if there are any unpaid water bills outstanding against the property.
To All New Lexington Water Customers
⋅All water bills are mailed out on the last weekday of every month. Failure to receive your water bill does not make you exempt from penalties and/or disconnect if the bill is not paid before the 15th of the month. It’s advisable to contact the water office to obtain the amount due so that you are able to pay it before the due date. You may also check your account balance via the billing portal found on the homepage of this website. You do not need to set up an online account to do this, but you will need to enter your account number.
⋅If you are receiving water bill assistance, penalties may still be applied if the payement is not received by the due date, even if the intent to pay has been received from the agency.
⋅Water customers with swimming pools are asked to notify the Water Department prior to filling the pool; doing so will save the staff from taking the time to look for leaks that do not exist.
If you are facing disconnnection of your water service and meet specific income guidelines, you may be eligible to receive assistance. You can find more information by clicking here.
Meet the Staff
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