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Report an Illegal Connection or Dumping

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If you witness an illegal connection to a Town fire hydrant, unauthorized dumping into a sanitary sewer manhole or other suspicious activity related to Town water & sewer facilities, please call 703-771-2750, or 703-771-4500, or complete our online Illegal Connection or Dumping Report.

Fire Hydrant Tampering

It is illegal to tamper with or open a fire hydrant without a permit from the Utilities Department. All withdrawals from Town fire hydrants must be accomplished through a water meter and backflow prevention device. All town-rented hydrant meters are dark blue in color, like the examples shown below.

Small Hydrant Meter Large Hydrant Meter

The meter must be attached to the hydrant during use. If you do not see a dark blue hydrant meter, or see a meter of another color, or suspect tampering or misuse of a fire hydrant, please report it via our online form or call the Utilities Department immediately!  During normal business hours (Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:00pm), please call 703-771-2750. After 5:00pm and on weekends, call the Leesburg Police Department non-emergency number at 703-771-4500.

Sanitary Sewer Manholes

open manhole

Sanitary sewer manholes are access points to the Town's sanitary sewer system. If you notice anyone other than Town personnel opening a manhole, discharging liquids or other materials into a manhole, please report it using our online form or call the Utilities Department immediately! During normal business hours (Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.), please call 703-771-2750. After 5:00 p.m. weekdays and on weekends, call the Leesburg Police Department non-emergency number at 703-771-4500.

Pump and Haul sewage contractors (AKA Septic Haulers) are only allowed to offload at the Town's Water Pollution Control Facility.


Thank you for your vigilance in reporting theft and vandalism.
Remember, you are the owners of the utility system so they are stealing from you.