EAWA is in the process of updating our system by replacing older meters with newer technology. You may notice some fluctuation in your water usage as newer meters register more accurately.
Due to wind and cold temperatures, it is not unusual for your pipes to freeze. Please click here for information on preparing your water pipes for winter and how to thaw your frozen pipes.
7th Annual Fix a Leak Weak - March 16 - 22, 2015
Leaks Can Run, but They Can't Hide - Are you ready to chase down leaks? Household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide, so each year we hunt down the drips during Fix a Leak Week. Mark your calendars for March 16–22, 2015, but remember that you can race over to your plumbing fixtures and irrigation systems, fix the leaks, and save valuable water and money all year long. Click here for family worksheet, children’s activity sheet, and helpful information to fix leaks.
2015 Mt. Joy Township Rate Increase
On 11/5/14, the EAWA Board approved a rate increase for Mt. Joy Township customers as part of our goal to equalize rates in our three districts by 2016. Click here to view all the rates.
Taste Test Results
Click here to read “What a taste test of Elizabethtown’s water reveals” written by Jeff McCloud (Borough Board member) on his blog, Chronicling Elizabethtown. As a way to assist in educating our customers, EAWA has provided information on common drinking water problems and solutions. Click here to view the information.
Protect our Environment
Help protect the environment by disposing of your unwanted or expired medications by dropping them off at the Elizabethtown Borough Police Department or the Northwest Regional Police Department. Click here to view information provided by both Police Departments.
Lancaster County residents can dispose of hazardous materials like paints, cleaners, motor oil, antifreeze, pesticides, herbicides, computers, TV’s, cell phones, fluorescent bulbs and more - free of charge at the Household Hazardous Waste facility, 1299 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, PA 17603. Click here to view the Resident’s Guide to Recycling & Waste Disposal in Lancaster County.