Welcome Customers

Use the tabs on the left for information on billing, reading meters and more.

Lynn Water & Sewer Commission

List Our Department Information
Lien appointments can be made by visiting our office or by calling: (781) 596-2400 | Ext. 218
  Business Hours Monday
Tuesday - Thursday
8 AM to 8 PM
8 AM to 4 PM
8 AM to Noon

Pay Your Bill

POL Did you know...
You can pay your Lynn Water Bill online with our eBill Electronic Bill Payment Service eBill offers Lynn Residents an easy and secure method to pay water bills online.
First time users need to sign in with an email address and you're ready to go! MasteCard ®, Discover ® and American Express ® are accepted.

Reading Your Bill

The Commission generates quarterly billing statements.  We calculate your water usage based on cubic feet. 100 cubic feet equals 748 gallons of water.

Reading Your Meter

Water meters record the consumption of water so that water and sewer bills can be generated.  Meters are only on water lines and not on sewer lines.  It is assumed that all the water flowing through the meter will later empty into sewer lines.  There are various types of meters in the city which record in hundreds of cubic feet.  To find out how much water you’ve used in any given period, subtract the reading listed on your last bill from the current meter reading.

One hundred cubic feet equals 748 gallons. If your meter reads “1250” (125,000 cu. ft.) today and “1305” (130,500 cu. ft.) seven days later, then you’ve used 55 hundred (5,500) cubic feet of water which equals 41,140 gallons (55 x 748).

There are over 19,000 meters read quarterly.  Commission meter readers are responsible for re-checking readings, investigating leaks, and for turning off water service on delinquent accounts.  An electronic, handheld meter reading device is used by the meter readers to record the reading of each meter.  This device will ”beep” if the reading for a particular meter is too high or too low, thus prompting the meter reader to re-check the reading before continuing to the next meter.  Once back in the office, data from the “handheld” device is uploaded into the computer so that bills can be generated.

In the case of inclement weather, please assist the meter readers by clearing the area around your meter if a reading is due.  Please also assist the meter readers by keeping weeds, brush, poison ivy, and any landscaping clear of the meter box.


Per LWSC policy, the Commission will provide one meter per building. This one meter will be read for billing and can be accessed by the Commission. It is the responsibility of the building owner to install sub-meters for individual units, if they so choose. If sub-meters are installed, the Commission will continue to send one bill for the entire building based on the readings from the provided meter. It is the discretion of the property owner to then divide the water bills based on the usage of the sub-meter. 

Forms and Documents Available For Download

ACROBAT Sub-Metering Fact Sheet  

Lien Application

Any property being sold in Lynn requires a Certified Lien Certificate. The seller or seller’s real estate agent should complete a Lien Application and schedule an appointment for a Commission Meter Reader to visit the property to perform an inspection and get a final reading off of the meter. Current filing fees are listed on the application. 

Forms and Documents Available For Download

ACROBAT Lien Application  

Contractor List

Forms and Documents Available For Download

ACROBAT Contractors List  

SPSearch | The LWSC Website Translate | Select A Language

homepage | contact lynn water & sewer commission | emergencies | website map
© 2018 Lynn Water and Sewer Commission