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Customer Portal Access

As part of our recent meter upgrade, we have added a new "Customer Portal" that will allow our customers to access meter readings, view historical data as well as set alerts that the customer defines and controls. Using the alert features provide the customer the ability to know if they exceed a user defined usage that could be an indication of a leak or excessive usage. The customer can also access the bill payment link in the Customer Portal.   

Important: You will need to enter the account # and the name as it appears on the bill. 

  • The account name should be formatted Last Name, First Name, including any initials, suffixes, etc.
  • The account number should be 6 characters long including all precluding zeroes. 
  • Please contact our customer service department if you have trouble setting up your account

 

 

Customer Portal Access

You must register online to use the Customer Portal

How to Start Using the Customer Portal

  1. You will need a current bill from LRWS and an email address to register.
  2. Go to https://my-lcwtr.sensus-analytics.com/login.html#/signin
  3. Go to the bottom of the screen and click on Need to set up an account? You will be directed to the terms and condition page. Please read our terms and conditions for using the Customer Portal and click Accept if you agree and would like to proceed in setting up your account.
  4. You will be directed to a new screen and asked to enter your email address.
  5. Once you enter the email address, the system will send you an email inviting you to complete the sign up process. Please follow the directions and click on the link.
  6. Once you are directed to the web page, you will follow the directions to create your account.

 

Summer Weather Safety

Summer Weather Safety

June 01, 2019

Summer doesn't officially begin until June 21 here in the Northern Hemisphere (the summer solstice is the day when the sun reaches its highest elevation, making it the longest day of the year), but summer weather often jumps the gun. 

May 31 was National Heat Awareness Day, and the summer heat certainly seems to have settled in and made itself at home here in the waning days of spring.It is crucial to know the dangers of summer weather, and be prepared. Here are some helpful tips:

 

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