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The Division of Water Quality operates and maintains the government-owned sanitary sewer system for the majority of Lexington-Fayette County.  This system includes 81 pump stations, almost 1,400 miles of sewer line, over 28,000 manholes, and two wastewater treatment plants, Town Branch and West Hickman.

Sanitary Sewer User Fees
Sanitary Sewer Rates 
Extra-Strength Charges
  
Tap-on Fees

About our Wastewater Treatment System
Sewer Line Maintenance
Town Branch Wastewater Treatment Plant
West Hickman Wastewater Treatment Plant
Lexington's Pump Stations
Town Branch Laboratory

 

 

How are we improving our sanitary sewer system?
 

Contact Us 
If you have a sanitary sewer emergency, please call LexCall at 311 (or 425-2255).  LexCall creates a record of your complaint and helps us respond in the quickest, most efficient way.

If you have a sanitary sewer emergency outside of LexCall's normal operating hours, LexCall will direct you to call our after-hours answering service at 335-2716 and press 0.   

To report an odor issue or any other sanitary sewer concern, please call LexCall at 311 (or 425-2255).

Last updated: 8/14/2013 3:59:09 PM