Water Treatment & Distribution
The Water Department manages the City of Lockport’s potable water supply and distribution. The city’s primary source of water is the east branch of the Niagara River, with water pumped 13 miles through a 30-inch forced main line to the Lockport Water Treatment Plant on Summit Street.
The department also works with the mayor and Common Council to establish policies regarding the use of public water sources and fire hydrants, as well as the maintenance of these public systems.
For emergency issues outside of normal office hours, call the Lockport Police Department at 716.433.7700.
The City of Lockport Takes Part in Solarize Program To Support Growth of Solar Investment In Niagara County
The City of Lockport, NY is taking part in Solarize – a state-supported program that makes saving with solar power easier and even more affordable for local residents and businesses. The Solarize Lockport program kicked off June 21 and has hosted several workshops...read more
There will be an official ribbon-cutting to commemorate the restoration of Veteran’s Monument on East Avenue at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, August 30. This monument was built in 1930 at the beginning of the Great Depression and was erected in memory of those who made the...read more
From Mayor David R. Wohleben: In accordance with Section 57 of the City of Lockport Charter and as one of my first official duties as mayor for the City of Lockport, I hereby appoint 5th Ward Alderman Richard Abbott as President of the Common Council. My decision to...read more