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Lynnfield Center Water District (LCWD)

FOR WATER SERVICE EMERGENCY

CALL 1.781.334.3901 and press 1

Regulated, Municipal, Public Water Supply, producing and distributing potable well water for domestic / commercial / municipal use including fire suppression.

AREA SERVED

LCWD produces and distributes treated well water to over 2,600 rate-payer homes, businesses and public buildings located in the northwest two-thirds of the Town of Lynnfield, Essex County, Massachusetts. The District is bound by the Lynnfield Water District and the surrounding communities of Peabody, Middleton, North Reading, Reading, and Wakefield.

The Lynnfield Water District (LWD) is a second, separate, municipal public water supply district and serves the remaining southeast one-third of the Town of Lynnfield, bound by the Lynnfield Center Water District and the surrounding communities of Lynn, Peabody, Wakefield, and Saugus. See the Lynnfield Water District website for more information.

See the ”AREA” page for a Google Map showing the boundary between the two water districts. When traveling throughout the town, note that the LCWD fire hydrants are painted green and the LWD fire hydrants are painted red.

    
  
 
  LATEST NEWS, INFORMATION, & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ) FOR RATE-PAYERS ♦ CHECK BACK OFTEN  
Please see the ”NEWS” page(s) for important news, information, or messages of interest to consumers and rate-payers. Please see the ”FAQ” page(s) as well as other pages of the site for answers to many of the questions you may have about the District.

Note that this site is changed whenever we have new information to post so we recommend that you come back often in order to keep up to date.

    
  
 
  EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM ♦ IMPORTANT  
Please go to our ”CodeRED” page to read about the implementation of the Lynnfield Emergency Notification CodeRED reverse 9-1-1 system and how to enhance our ability to contact you in the event of an emergency. By providing additional email, text, or cell information and keeping it up to date you will ensure that you receive emergency messages.

    
  
 

    
  
     
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