The Lancaster Area Sewer Authority (or LASA) is a municipal authority organized in 1965 under the Pennsylvania Municipality Authorities Act of 1945. LASA currently owns, operates, and maintains a sanitary sewer system that serves approximately 37,000 customers representing about 100,000 citizens and 1,300 businesses located in eight Lancaster County municipalities including East Hempfield Township, West Hempfield Township, Lancaster Township, Manor Township, Manheim Township, East Petersburg Borough, Mountville Borough, and Columbia Borough. The LASA system includes approximately 560 miles of pipeline, 38 pumping stations, and a treatment facility designed to treat 15 million gallons of wastewater per day.
LASA GUIDING PRINCIPLE: To provide quality service and apply technology to process wastewater so as to protect and enhance the environment and health and well being of the community at a reasonable cost.
The Lancaster Area Sewer Authority will hold its regular monthly board meetings
on the 4th Thursday of each month in 2017 and January 2018, except November
and December 2017 when it will be held on the 3rd Thursday of the month. The
meetings will begin at 7:30 a.m. at 130 Centerville Road, Lancaster, PA.
Michael A. Kyle
Resolution 17-04-002 was adopted April 27, 2017 by the Lancaster Area Sewer Authority Board recognizing Safe Digging Month.