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Water & Sewer Department
Public Works Office
120 Washington Avenue
Billing Questions: 732-793-7766
Business Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 3:00pm

Bill Remittance and Mailing Address :
1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735

Navigation BulletWater and Sewer Due Date

Due and AutoPay Date: February 9, 2018

Billing Period 10/1/17 - 12/31/17

Make Remittance To:
Borough of Lavallette Water Utility1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735

NJ 811

Navigation BulletAttention Bill Pay Users

Online Banking must include Account Number and Utility you are paying .
Payments lacking the proper identification may be returned. Payments must include any dashes or zeros. If you are paying more than one account through bill pay send them as two separate payments with the proper account number for each account.

Make Remittance To:
Borough of Lavallette Water1306 Grand Central Avenue
Lavallette, NJ 08735

The Borough of Lavallette is transitioning to receiving online banking payments electronically, incorrect Payments will create posting errors. Online Banking payments are not electronic, your bank converts these payments into a paper check that must transit through the postal system. Please keep this in mind when scheduling your payment to allow enough time to be delivered by the due date. We suggest at least 7-10 days.

Payments for Different utilities must be made as separate payments, If you are paying more than one of the same bill through online banking, pay send them as two separate payments with the proper account number for each account.  Please mail payments to the utility you are paying
(Ex. Lavallette Water, Lavallette Electric, Lavallette Tax).

Navigation Bullet Water and Sewer Rates

Residential Water /Sewer per unit charge
Water Minimum: $15.00/Quarter per unit
5,000 Gallon Quarterly Allowance
Water Excess: $3.00/1,000 Gallons
Over 5,000 Gallons Per Quarter
Water Surcharge: $40.00/Quarter per unit
Sewer Minimum: $69.00/Quarter per unit
5,000 Gallon Quarterly Allowance

Sewer Excess: $4.25/1,000 Gallons
Over 5,000 Gallons Per Quarter
 Capital Infiltration: $75.00 Per Quarter Per Lot
Nonresidential unit: Each nonresidential user having estimated or actual water consumption for the year prior to the billing period of 72,000 gallons or less. If the estimated or actual usage is in excess of 72,000 gallons per year, the number of units shall be determined by dividing the actual or estimated usage by 72,000 gallons and the number of units shall be a quotient thereof rounded to the next highest whole number.

Navigation BulletWater and Sewer Quarters

1st Quarter due February

Usage covers the months of

October, November & December

2nd Quarter due May

Usage covers the months of

January, February & March

3rd Quarter due August

Usage cover the months of

April, May & June

4th Quarter due November

Usage cover the months of

July, August & September

Navigation BulletHydrant Flushing Program

HydrantFlushing of Water Mains takes place at night. Temporary discoloration of the water may result from flushing, therefore, water should be allowed to run long enough so as to allow any sediment in the lines in your home, including laundry areas, to clear.

Hydrant flushing dates for 2017.
Spring -- Starts 02/27/2017 --- Ends 03/29/2017
Fall -- Starts 10/2/2017--- Ends 11/3/2017‚Äč - Extended through January 1st due to the painting of the water tower.

Navigation BulletSump Pump Discharge

The discharge of ground water from sump pumps into the Borough’s sanitary sewer system is a violation of State and Municipal Code and costs rate payers thousands of dollars in unnecessary treatment costs. The ordinance will be strictly enforced.

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Navigation BulletPet Waste

Pet Waste

Clean and plentiful water is important to our families, our environment, our economy and our quality of life.
Did you know that animal waste from pets can pollute our waters? When left on the ground, pet waste iswashed by rain and melting snow and ice into storm drains that carry it to our rivers, lakes, the ocean and
drinking water.  Animal waste contains a high concentration of nutrients as well as bacteria and disease-causing microorganisms that can cause problems.

What you can do

Pet owners or anyone who takes your pet for walks must properly dispose of the waste by picking it up, wrapping it and either placing it in the trash or flushing it unwrapped down the toilet.
Your municipality is required to adopt and enforce local pet-waste laws. At a minimum, your community must require that pet owners or their keepers immediately and properly dispose of their pet’s solid waste deposited on any public or private property not owned or possessed by that person. People with assistance animals such as Seeing Eye dogs are exempt.

Make sure you know what your municipality requires – and follow it.
Thank you for doing your part to keep New Jersey’s
waters clean.

Pet Waste

Navigation BulletTips for saving water inside your home

Water Chart
Source: Handbook of Water Use and Conservation, Amy Vickers External Link

 Bathroom ~ Bathroom use accounts for about 75 percent of the water used inside the home.

  • Check regularly for any leaks in your toilet, faucets and water hose bibs and fix them.
  • Install a low-flow showerhead.
  • Replace older, larger-use toilets with the newer higher efficiency toilets.
  • Take short showers and save the baths for special occasions.

 Kitchen ~ About 8 percent of in-home water use takes place in the kitchen.

  • Wash only full loads in the dishwasher. An efficient dishwasher usually uses much less water than washing dishes by hand.
  • Install a low-flow faucet aerator, which can cut water use in half.
  • When buying a new dishwasher, consider purchasing a water-saving model. (New models use up to 25 percent less water than older ones.)

 Around the house.

  • Wash only full loads in the clothes washer. Washing small loads uses over twice as much water per pound of laundry.
  • When buying a new clothes washer, consider purchasing a water-saving model.
  • Insulate hot water pipes where possible to avoid long delays (and wasted water) while waiting for the water to "run hot." When building a new home, keep the distance short between the hot water heater and showers and other places that hot water is used.

Take an online tour External Linkto learn ways to save water in each area of your home.

Lavallette Water & Sewer Utility provides service to the Borough of Lavallette with the exception of:
West Point Island, and Westmont, Haddonfield, Bryn Mawr Avenues &  Bay Beach Way.
These areas are serviced as follows: West Point Island - Lavallette Water / Toms River Sewer
Westmont, Haddonfield, Bryn Mawr Ave & Bay Beach Way - NJ American Water / Toms River Sewer

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