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At Lake Livingston Water Supply, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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 Pay on the go now available!  You are now able to pay on the go (online, smart phone, tablet or via phone).  Pay online by visiting our Bill Payment section, or pay on your mobile device, or call to pay (payment online is an additional $1.00 fee/transaction charged by the processing company - PSN).   You may also pay your bill in person, mail a check to our office, or set up an automatic monthly draft. 

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There are a number of easy ways to save water, and they all start with you. When you save water, you save money on your utility bills. Here are just a few ways... Learn more...

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Striving to provide the best service...

LLWS is continually improving our services.  We strive to continue to deliver the best possible service to our members. 

We are presently working on a new Meter Replacement Project.  This project is $3.67 million project, replacing approximately 5,630 customers water meters with system-wide radio-read technology.  Radio read meters will be installed to deliver the most efficient reading of your meter. 

In addition, two surface water treatment plants are being constructed, three groundwater wells, plant/pump station improvements in 8 systems, and distribution line improvements in 15 systems. 

LLWS will continue to grow and strive to provide you the best service possible.

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The Deadliest Creature on Earth . . . lives right in your backyard

The Deadliest Creature on Earth . . . lives right in your backyard

Yes, it’s true. The creature that kills more human beings than any other on the face of the earth is summer’s most common pest. The blood-sucking fiends that plague your backyard barbecue are more than just a nuisance —they are dangerous. The humble mosquito is responsible for 725,000 deaths a year (600,000 of those are from the transmission of malaria). Sharks, who get such bad press that there is a whole week devoted to “Sharks are scary” TV programming (wasn’t Shark Week just a couple of weeks ago?)

So, how much do you know about Mosquitos, and, more importantly, how can you keep them away?

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