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Your Water

LCA is committed to providing all customers with high quality, reliable and affordable water service.

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  • Alert 1/2:

    UPDATE (5:45 PM) - CITY OF ALLENTOWN – The 12-inch main break at the intersection of 24th Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive has been repaired. Water is being restored to impacted customers. If you have cloudy water or air in the lines, open cold water faucets to flush in-home plumbing.
    View the location on our interactive map.

  • Alert 2/2:

    November 28, 2022 Board Meeting is cancelled.

Avoid The Holiday FOG!

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Little Lehigh Creek

The Little Lehigh Creek is an important waterway running through the southern portion of the LCA service area.

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Lehigh County Authority (LCA) is a Public, Non-Profit Water and Wastewater Utility, committed to providing unparalleled service to residents and businesses in all our service areas.

Our employees strive to meet this commitment through an unwavering focus on our customers' needs, and by offering a high level of professionalism, quality and flexibility. We strive to provide high quality, safe, affordable and reliable water and sewer service to more than 55,000 customers in Lehigh County and Northampton County, Pennsylvania. We also provide municipal-level and customer-level sewer service in many areas of western and northern Lehigh County.

LCA was founded in 1966 by the County of Lehigh and is governed by a nine-member Board of Directors appointed by the County. LCA is a non-profit, public agency. Our activities and services are funded solely through revenues from our water and wastewater customers, and the Pennsylvania Municipality Authorities Act governs our rate-making practices. Learn More!