Massapequa Water DistrictServing Massapequa Since 1931
Nassau County Water Supply Superintendents,
Please refer to the following guidance from the Nassau County Department of Health.
According to the USCDC, ”the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water. Conventional water treatment methods that use filtration and disinfection, such as those in most municipal drinking water systems, should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.” The attached technical brief from the World Health Organization (WHO) also describes how an adequately chlorinated public water system should render the virus inactive. Therefore, it is important to make sure you are maintaining sufficient chlorine residuals throughout your distribution systems.
Please refer to the attached factsheet on precautions the public can take concerning the coronavirus.
Pay Your Bill
Click here to pay your water bill online.
Water bills with a billing date in 2020 can still be paid by credit / debit card or online bank check until August 20, 2021. If you have any questions, please call the District office at 516-798-5266.
There is a $4.95 convenience fee when using your credit or debit card. Utilizing the routing number on your checking account will not incur this charge, but future billing will arrive via submitted email address rather than receiving a print bill by postal delivery.
Pursuant to Public Service Law §§ 32, 89-b, 89-l, 91, 216 and General Business Law § 399-zzzzz: Residential and Small Business Consumers with 25 or fewer employees, who are experiencing “a change in financial circumstances due to the COVID-19 state of emergency” are eligible to defer payment of their utility bills. If you meet any of these criteria, please click here to complete a payment deferral application.
About Massapequa Water District
Since its establishment in 1931, the Water District has been devoted to providing its consumers with a safe and adequate supply of high-quality potable drinking water. This supply continues to meet or exceed the mandated requirements set by Federal, State and Local Regulatory Agencies. Today, local residents enjoy clean and refreshing tap water delivered through a combination of nine (9) deep underground wells and approximately 148 miles of water mains.? Read More