Delivering high-quality drinking water to a population of 7,500
Established more than 100 years ago in 1922, the Locust Valley Water District and its staff have pledged to provide consumers with an ample supply of water for domestic use and emergency firefighting purposes.
The Locust Valley Water District is dedicated to protecting our most precious natural resource – water.
Through a variety of conservation efforts and educational initiatives, we are helping residents save water, which protects our aquifer so that ample, clean, and affordable water will be available for the community’s future generations.
Long Island has a phenomenal natural drinking water resource situated deep below the surface of the earth. Called aquifers, these underground layers of highly porous sand, gravel, sediment, or rock contain between 65 and 120 trillion gallons of our most precious resource.