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About
Established more than 100 years ago in 1922, the Locust Valley Water District and its staff have pledged to provide residents in our service territory with an ample supply of water for domestic use and emergency firefighting purposes. With six deep wells and more than 60 miles of water main, we deliver clean drinking water to a population of 7,500, serving communities including Locust Valley, Lattingtown, and sections of Mill Neck and Matinecock.

The Locust Valley Water District is dedicated to protecting our most natural resource – water. Through a variety of conservation efforts and educational initiatives, we are helping conserve water and protect our aquifer so that ample, clean, and affordable water will be available for generations to come on Long Island.

Board of Commissioners

The Locust Valley Water District Board of Commissioners consists of three District residents elected by the public to serve three-year terms. The Board oversees fiduciary responsibilities and all functions of the water utility’s operating budget, working cooperatively to provide consumers with a continuous flow of water for domestic use and firefighting purposes.

The Board of Commissioners are active members of professional public drinking water organizations, including the Long Island Water Conference, Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association and American Water Works Association, providing the District opportunities to share valuable information to protect the quality and quantity of Long Island’s drinking water supply and work with elected officials to ensure Long Island’s interests are best represented at the state and federal level.

Patricia Peterson

Patricia Peterson

Chairwoman

Patricia Peterson

Patricia Peterson

Chairwoman

A resident of Locust Valley, Patricia Petersen brings to the Board of Commissioners extensive knowledge and experience in both Long Island’s water supply industry and banking. Having been a member of the Long Island Water Conferences for more than a decade, she presently serves as President of the Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association. It here that she works with both local government and industry leaders to ensure that our local water districts adhere to the ever evolving state and federal regulatory agency water quality standards.

As a member of the Board of Governors of the New York State Government Finance Officers Association, Mrs. Peterson participates on its Banking & Investment Management and Annual Conference Committee. Her experience as a member of the Long Island Water Conference, coupled with a career in banking where she has served on audit, compliance and advocacy committees, makes her a uniquely qualified to serve as a District Commissioner. Mrs. Peterson couples her experience in both the banking and water supply industry to ensure that our residents are provided with the highest quality of drinking water in a fiscally prudent manner.

Peter Brown

Peter Brown

Secretary

Peter Brown
Peter Brown

Secretary

In his commitment to public service, Peter Brown has a long history as an active member of the Locust Valley community, where he has lived his entire life. As the Director of Highway Operations for the Town of Oyster Bay, he brings more than 30 years’ experience in heavy construction, road maintenance, and repair. Peter has volunteered his time as a coach and travel team manager for the Grenville Baker Boys and Girls Club and the Bayville/Locust Valley Little League where he sat on the Board of Directors. He also served as head coach for the St. Gertrude’s Church CYO basketball team. He is an exempt member of the Bayville Fire Company, where he served for 10 years as a volunteer firefighter. Peter and his wife Pam are proud parents of their son Kyle.
Charles Savinetti

Chuck Savinetti, Jr.

Treasurer

Charles Savinetti
Chuck Savinetti, Jr.

Treasurer
Following a career in the public water industry than spanned more than 30 years to the Locust Valley Water District, Chuck Savinetti was elected in December 2021 by the community to serve on the Board of Water Commissioners.

After joining the District in 1988 as a Laborer and Water Plant Operator, through experience, education and his commitment to excellence, Chuck rose to the position of District Superintendent.

Commissioner Savinetti is a lifelong resident of Locust Valley, where he and his wife Victoria raised their two children. His commitment to the community is exemplified by his membership in the Locust Valley Fire Department, the Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners’ Association and his participation as a trustee of the Long Island Water Conference.

Public Notices

LICAP Public Hearing 12.5.22

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Revised Meeting Schedule for 2022

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2022 Election Information

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9/8/22 Budget Hearing

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Financial Statements & Budgets

2021 Financial Statements

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2020 Financial Statements

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2019 Financial Statements

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2018 Financial Statements

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2017 Financial Statements

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2023 Budget

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2022 Budget

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2021 Budget

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2020 Budget

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2019 Budget

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2018 Budget

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Meeting Minutes & Agendas

Jun. 22nd, 2022

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Jun. 8th, 2022

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May 25th, 2022

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May 11th, 2022

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Apr. 27th, 2022

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Apr. 13th, 2022

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Mar. 23rd, 2022

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Mar. 9th, 2022

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Feb. 23rd, 2022

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Feb. 9th, 2022

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Jan. 26th, 2022

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Jan. 12th, 2022

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Jan. 5th, 2022

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Facilities 

Water Plant 4

Location: 260 Buckram Road
Date in service: 1927
Daily Pumping capacity: 2.016 million gallons

 

Water Plant 5

Location: 260 Buckram Road
Date in service: 1927
Daily Pumping capacity: 2.016 million gallons

 

Water Plant 6

Location: 36 10th Street
Date in service: 1940
Daily Pumping capacity: 1.440 million gallons

Water Plant 7

Location: 233 Bayville Road
Date in service: 1955
Daily Pumping capacity: 1.512 million gallons

Water Plant 8

Location: 2 Wellington Road
Date in service: 1965
Daily Pumping capacity: 1.728 million gallons
Water Plant 9
Location: 49 Horsehollow Road
Date in service: 2015
Daily Pumping capacity: 1.728 million gallons