Welcome to Lancaster Area Sewer Authority
LASA remains focused on the health and well-being of our employees and our customers. We are an essential service to the community and we continue to operate during state of emergency, shelter-in-place, and stay-at-home orders. LASA employees that provide your service every day already operate under policies designed to protect our communities’ health and safety, and we’ve enhanced these policies to ensure the continuous operation of our facilities.
As of November 30, 2020, Lancaster Area Sewer Authority (LASA) will operate with the following modifications:
- The office at 130 Centerville Road will not be open for public access.
- We are asking customers to make payments online (without any fees), through the mail, or by utilizing the drop box at our 130 Centerville Road Administrative Office front door entrance.
- Our Online Bill Pay is an option through our website that accepts payments from credit cards, debit cards, and electronic checks with no fees to the customer. The payments are posted to your account in real time. Staff is available via phone to answer questions you may have.
- To make a contact-less payment at the office, place the payment stub from your bill and your payment (check or money order, no cash please) in an envelope and put it in the drop box to the left of our front doors.
- The LASA treatment plant in Washington Boro will be open to trucked waste customers only. All other visitors to both facilities will be by appointment only. All trucked waste customers and other visitors by appointment must wear masks and comply with social distancing.
We recommend visiting the PA Department of Health’s Coronavirus (Covid-19) website for further information: CLICK HERE
Thank you for your cooperation.
Reminder: Personal wipes, baby wipes, cleaning wipes, disinfecting wipes and paper towels should never be flushed down the toilet. Even those that are marketed as “flushable”. These items do not break down in the water like toilet paper does, and they can cause clogs and stoppages. If you run out of toilet paper, we suggest facial tissue as an emergency substitute to toilet paper.
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 40,000 customers representing about 125,000 citizens and 1,400 businesses located in nine Lancaster County municipalities including East Hempfield Township, West Hempfield Township, Lancaster Township, Manor Township, Manheim Township, West Earl Township, East Petersburg Borough, Mountville Borough, and Columbia Borough. The LASA system includes approximately 620 miles of pipeline, 44 pumping stations, two wastewater treatment plants – one designed to treat up to 15 million gallons per day of wastewater, which when treated is returned to the Susquehanna River, and one in West Earl Township designed to treat 545,000 gallons 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 regular Lancaster Area Sewer Authority Board Meeting scheduled for January 28, 2021 at 7:30 am will be held at 130 Centerville Road, Lancaster, PA, but you may also attend by conference call, at 717-344-5869 Access Code 5678#
The Lancaster Area Sewer Authority will hold its regular monthly board meetings on the 4th Thursday of each month in 2021 and January 2022, except November and December 2021 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