Issued July 27, 2015

Due to a water main break the New Lexington Water Department is advisingWater Customers on Old Somerset Road, State Rt. 13 North of Broadway and West Lincoln St.  that until further notice, vigorously boil, for at least one minute, any water used for drinking (including water used to make ice), cooking or oral hygiene."

The New Lexington water system has no evidence at this time that the water system is contaminated. The possibility does exist however that the water system is contaminated and is issuing this advisory as a precaution.

The water department is making repairs and collecting additional samples and hopes to have this problem corrected soon. An additional notice will be given when the boil advisory is lifted. For further information contact the Village of New Lexington at (740) 342-1633.


The New Lexington Swimming Pool will be open
from 1PM-6PM beginning Saturday, June 6, 2015.
To purchase a pool pass or reserve a pool party,

please see Mandi at the swimming pool.


Poggemeyer Design Group is conducting income surveys (via mail) in an effort to assist New Lexington in qualifying for LMI grant funding. The Village encourages all residents to complete the survey and return to Poggemeyer Design Group. If you have questions or concerns regarding this survey please contact the Administration Office at (740) 342-1633.


2014 Drinking Water Report Available

Please click here to view the 2014 Drinking Water Report.



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