Welcome to the Wayne County Water & Sewer Authority

The Authority strives to provide the highest quality water and the most efficient wastewater services for the benefit of the people of the Authority’s service area at the most reasonable cost possible.

On this website, you can find out how the Authority operates, its history, and information you as a customer can use.

How to identify a WCWSA Employee

Our trucks are all white with the Authority logo on both doors.  Our employees carry identification that they will show you if you ask.  They will not come to your door unless it is an emergency or you have an appointment.

Help with Past-Due Water Bills

New  York State has a program to help low-income residents pay off overdue water and sewer bills.  Click the link below to see if you qualify and how to apply.

Port Bay Sewer Information


Wolcott Residents Click HERE

Huron Residents Click HERE

Regional Water Storage Tank

This is an Authority project in conjunction with  the Towns of Arcadia, Huron, Lyons, Marion, Sodus and Williamson.

Visit our Current Activities page for some photos of the project.
Click HERE for a map of the Project
Click HERE for the Engineering Report

Western Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant

This is an Authority project in conjunction with the Towns of Walworth, Marion and Macedon and the Town and Village of Palmyra.  In spite of delays caused by Covid and increased prices of materials, the project continues to move forward.

Click HERE to go to the Project website

Next Authority Board meeting: Thursday, March 28, 2023.  Download the tentative agenda HERE.

Need Your Well Water Tested?

Click for a list of labs that test well water.

Installing a New Water Service?

Please call our office at


for information.

Need Help Paying Your Water or Sewer Bill?

These agencies may be able to help:

Catholic Family Charities, 180 East Union St, Newark  315-331-4867

Wayne Co. Dept. of Social Services, 77 Water St., Lyons


Did you know?

The average water user in the Authority’s service area pays less than a penny for a gallon of water. 

And the Authority’s water meets the rigorous standards for purity that are required by the New York State Department of Health.  Every time you open your tap and fill a water bottle, you are getting water of the highest quality for almost nothing.

(And oh, by the way… not all bottled water comes from a sparkling spring – read the label!)