The Southwest Licking Community Water and Sewer District was established in 1989 to eliminate environmental pollution problems present in Etna Township, Harrison Township and Lima Township (currently the City of Pataskala). The District provides centralized water and wastewater services to residential and commercial customers in these areas. The District has experienced rapid growth since it was established in 1989 as we currently serve over 5,900 water customers and 7,000 wastewater customers. Future projections indicate that similar growth is anticipated for the foreseeable future.
- Provide environmentally compliant water and wastewater services to the residents of Western Licking County.
- Provide economical water and wastewater services to the residents of Western Licking County.
- Position the District to meet the anticipated water and wastewater needs of future commercial, industrial and residential development in Western Licking County.
GENERAL MANAGER'S STATEMENT
The District is committed to providing quality and environmentally compliant water and wastewater service to all current and future District customers. Additionally, the District is committed to providing economical water and wastewater services. In order to maintain the current development and support future growth, the District implemented several planning tools and strategy techniques to aid and guide future development in Etna Township, Harrison Township and the City of Pataskala. The District is very excited about working with all parties involved in the future development of Western Licking County and helping provide the residents with the desired and welcomed "controlled" development.