District Area 4

Board Member: Lloyd J Bartels
    Re-elect 2016

Said Area 3 consists of all real estate found within the Town of Hamilton, Indiana south of Bellefontaine Road and Sections 3 and 4, Township 35 North, Range 14 East of DeKalb County Indiana.

Said Area 2 consists of Sections 31, 32, and 33, Township 36 North, Range 14 East in Steuben County, Indiana,  excepting the Town of Hamilton and Real property east of the Hamilton Lake Shoreline therefrom.

District Area 3

Board Member: Don Renner
    Re-elect 2017

District Area 2

 Board Member: John J Dutton
    Re-elect 2016

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Said Area 1 consists of Section 28, Township 36 North, range 14 East in Otsego Township, Steuben County, Indiana

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For more than 30-years, the quality of the water in the area lakes have improved greatly since the Hamilton Lake Conservancy was formed. The Hamilton Lake Conservancy operates and maintains a sewage treatment plant and collection system that services the homes and businesses of the Town of Hamilton, Indiana including Hamilton Lake, Terry Lake and Ball Lake communities. 
The Treatment Plant discharges the treated water to Fish Creek. Maintaining clean water is our job.

Clean Water

About Hamilton Lake Water Quality

To Report Sewer Alarms and any other sewer emergencies call 260-667-4330. Please give your address and telephone number.  There is someone on call 24/7 for your convenience.

Sometimes the grinder station can be broken and the alarm will not turn on. If you suspect a problem because your drains are gurgling, toilet goes down slowly or the ground around the station is wet, Please call us before you call a plumber. We will come and check the grinder station and make sure it is operating. 

No charge for a service call!

"Protecting Our Lakes for Your Enjoyment"

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Make a free call, "8-1-1" two full working days before digging to know what’s below.

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​The Hamilton Lake Conservancy's purpose is to keep "sewage" from going into the lake; Making our lake free from that kind of raw material going into the lake water;

We are a sewer utility company.

Hamilton Lake Conservancy still has lowest rates in Steuben County. The last rate
increase was in 2013 and 2007.

Notice: Ordinance 2013-1
establishing a rate increase for
the customers of the
Hamilton Lake Conservancy.
Our sewer rates are:
$41.25 for Single family residence/condo
$30.95 for Apartment
 $30.95 for Mobile Home park/occupied pad
$36.08 for duplex/ 1/2 unit

On Call Service 24/7 to better serve you.

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"Protecting Our Lakes for Your Enjoyment"

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Said  Area 5 consists of Sections 21 and 22 in Steuben County, Indiana.

Said Area 4 consists of all real estate found in the Town of Hamilton, North of the Bellefontaine Road extended and all real estate east of the shoreline of Hamilton Lake found in Sections 33, 34, and Section 27 in Steuben County, Indiana

Our Sewer Rates


District Area 1

Board Member: Ronald W Smith
    Re-elect 2017

OFFICE:  260-488-3304  

260-488-3304  •  Hamilton Lake Conservancy, 7405 South Wayne Street, Hamilton, IN 46742, USA;  Mail: PO Box 331


(NEW LOWER fees for on-line payment transaction; Minimum just $1.00 or 3% total.)

District Area 5

Board Member Jack E Bireley
    Re-elect 2014

In order to keep our maintenance and sewer costs low,

please do not flush the following items:

  • Feminine Sanitary items
  • Any type of wipe (baby, handy etc.)
  • Large amounts of hair
  • Clothing, rags
  • Cooking oil or grease

These items can damage the pumps
and or controls causing unnecessary
expense.  NOTE: Illegal sump pump
connections cause
our collection system to be
overburdened.  Contact us for questions.

If you have a sump pump that is used
to pump water from a crawl space,
footer or any groundwater
run off, Make sure it is NOT being
discharged into the sanitary sewer.