Lynn Township

In Lynn Township, LCA provides drinking water to two small service areas in the Pine Lakes at Lynn development and the Madison Park North development. Read each system description below to learn more.

Pine Lakes Division

PWSID (DEP System ID #): 3390085

LCA Service Area: The Pine Lakes at Lynn development in Lynn Township, western Lehigh County

Number of Customers: 60 properties served.

Water Supply: Two wells located in the Pine Lakes at Lynn development produce an average of 7,200 gallons per day of groundwater.

Water Treatment: Water from LCA’s wells is disinfected with chlorine to kill bacteria. No other treatment is necessary in order to ensure a safe supply of drinking water.

Fluoride in your water? No fluoride is added to your drinking water in this area.

Water Hardness: 3 grains per gallon

Hardness Scale:

0 – 5 grains per gallon = Soft Water

6 – 10 grains per gallon = Moderately Hard Water

> 11 grains per gallon = Hard Water

Download your annual Water Quality Report, which includes more educational information about your water system as well as complete test result for all water quality monitoring completed in calendar year 2016. The 2017 water quality report will be available by June 2018.

Madison Park North Division

PWSID (DEP System ID #): 3390115

LCA Service Area: 116 customers located in the Madison Park North development in Lynn Township.

Water Supply: One deep well located in the Madison Park North development produces an average of 12,500 gallons per day of groundwater.

Water Treatment: Water from LCA’s well is disinfected with chlorine to kill bacteria. No other treatment is necessary in order to ensure a safe supply of drinking water.

Fluoride in your water? No fluoride is added to your drinking water in this area.

Water Hardness: 7 grains per gallon

Hardness Scale:

0 – 5 grains per gallon = Soft Water

6 – 10 grains per gallon = Moderately Hard Water

> 11 grains per gallon = Hard Water

Download your annual Water Quality Report, which includes more educational information about your water system as well as complete test results for all water quality monitoring completed in calendar year 2016. The 2017 water quality report will be available by June 2018.