Lyric Movie Theatre, Town Hall, Lewisburg Ohio Board of Public Affairs 1926

Municipal Office

112 South Commerce Street, Lewisburg 45338
Phone: (937) 962-4377    Fax: (937) 962-2900

Lewiburg Utility Rates
In Town
In Town Sr. Disc.
Out of Town
Out of Town Sr. Disc.
Excess Water
  Cost Per Gallons 
Excess Water In Town
 $3.75 per 1,000 gallons
Excess Sewer In Town
 $3.75 per 1,000 gallons
Excess Water Out of Town
 $7.50 per 1,000 gallons
Excess Sewer Out of Town
 $7.50 per 1,000 gallons

*Minimum Bill per month is for 3,000 gallons of water and sewer.

*Pool Credits are discontinued as of 1/1/2018

*Trash Totes are $80.00 (As of 2/1/2019)

*Recycle Bins are $15.00 (As of 2/1/2019)


Each year the City of Oakwood collects and compiles water and sanitary sewer rate information from jurisdictions in Southwest Ohio and presents the results in the form of comparative bar charts.  Reporting governmental entities use this rate analysis in various ways.  See below to learn more about the survey, its results, and the methodology used in completing the survey.

Click HERE for the 2016 Water & Sewer Rates Survey (Prepared by the City of Oakwood)

Click HERE for the 2014 Water & Sewer Rates Survey (Prepared by the City of Oakwood)


Flushing is done bi-annually each year to maintain and ensure water quality within the water distribution system.  The process also allows the Service Department to check the operation of each fire hydrant and make any needed repairs.  Residents are advised to check the water for discoloration before washing clothes during this time period.  The water will remain safe for consumption.    Any questions concerning the flushing and the time period should be directed to the village offices at (937) 962-4377.

The Village of Lewisburg has received a grant to purchase a new electronic water meter reading system.  The Orion handheld electronic meter reading package includes a handheld meter reading unit, transceiver and read center equipment and software.  Every residential home within the village will receive an update to their water meter at NO COST.  If your meter is located outside, there will be no need to enter your residence; only inside meters will it be necessary to enter your home.  The new electronic metering system will allow for an improved quality of service in the reading of water meters within the village.  The estimated start date for installation of the electronic meter reading system is May 1, 2014 with a completion date for the project being September 1, 2014.  A letter further explaining the details of the electronic meter reading system project will be mailed to every resident of the Village in mid April.