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WATER & SEWER

The Water Department is responsible for operating and maintaining the potable water treatment and the pumping and distribution facilities in the Town's operated water districts. The Sewer Department is responsible for operating and maintaining the sanitary sewer collection and pumping systems in the Town's operated sewer districts.

We take great care to ensure our water and sewer services meet all quality standards set by the state and federal governments. To that end, we make our annual water quality reports available to the public at the Town of LeRay office or by following the link below. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to our office. Billing and payment services are handled through the office of the Town Clerk.

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

New Water/Sewer Services

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Wate & Sewer

WATER & SEWER DISTRICTS

The Town of LeRay has four water districts and four sewer districts, each with its own territorial boundaries. Residents within these districts may be charged a benefit assessment tax, a user fee, or a combination of both to pay for any outstanding debt and general operating, administrative, and maintenance costs. This allows the Town to provide public water and public sewer services to the districts.

Drinking Water at Home

These districts include NYS Route 3 from the Town of Pamelia line to the bridge crossing the Black River near the Village of Black River. It also incorporates the southern portions of the hamlet of Calcium and area around intersection of NYS Routes 342 and 283 and Five Corners Road.

rEADING DATES

January 31

April 30

July 31

October 31

Water/Sewe Pay

Water and Sewer District residents are billed on a quarterly basis throughout the year.  The resident has 30 days to pay the entire charge without penalty.  Bills paid after the payment due date will incur a 3% late payment penalty. Payments may be made in person or mailed to the Town Clerk's Office.

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Paying in person

The Town Clerk accepts cash, check, money order or credit card; however, there is a minimum $3.00 charge for use of the credit card.

Paying by mail

The Town Clerk will accept check or money order.  Please do not send cash.

Paying Online

If you make an online payment using a debit or credit card, an additional fee of 2.95% will be added to your total bill. Alternatively, you can opt to pay with an e-check, in which case you will be charged a flat rate of $1.95 per payment transaction.

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