Moorewood Area Sewer Separation

The separation of the Moorewood neighborhood combined sewer broke ground this summer. The goal: To construct a separate sanitary sewer... Read more.


“Our goal is to make water pollution control as environmentally friendly as we can.”

You can’t help but notice the excitement WPCC Manager Steve Baytos conveys when he talks about his new job at Avon Lake Municipal Utilities. Read more.


Faster fire hydrants?

To help ALFD serve residents even more efficiently, Avon Lake Regional Water is paying for Storz quick-connect couplings on all city fire hydrants as water lines are upgraded or replaced. Read more.  


Was your home built before 1972?

Get the whole story on what a lateral is, why you might need one and how to get started. Here’s what you do.


Annual fire hydrant testing begins in May

Testing hydrants is good, but the flushing can make your water temporarily cloudy. Be sure to let your water run until clear before using or drinking it. Read more.


Conserve water. Save money.

Even though you pay us for the water you use, part of our job is protecting your natural resources--namely Lake Erie. Conservation is a part of that protection. Isn't having clean water now and for generations to come worth a little extra effort? Click here for tips to help you save cash while you go green.


Do you qualify for a $300 sewer credit?

The Board of Municipal Utilities authorized an extension and expansion of the Foundation Drain Sump Disconnection (FDSD) program...Read more.


Avon Lake Regional Water is a progressive water and wastewater treatment operations in the Great Lakes region. We provide water and sewer service to over 200,000 residents living in the seven-county area surrounding Avon Lake. Our Board of Municipal Utilities is an independent governing body that is duly elected by the residents of Avon Lake to establish our policy and oversee water and wastewater treatment operations. Read more.

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