The City of Lompoc Utility Department manages and maintains the water, wastewater, stormwater and solid waste for all residents and businesses within the city.
Water from the Lompoc Plain Basin is pumped from 10 wells located throughout the city. This basin is fed by Santa Ynez River water, irrigation return flow, and deep percolation of rainfall. Our city has approximately 9,600 domestic water service connections.
In addition, the City of Lompoc owns and operates the Lompoc Regional Wastewater Reclamation Plant (LRWRP).
Weekly garbage and recycling collection services are provided by the city, which owns and operates the City of Lompoc Sanitary Landfill, a Class III (non-hazardous) landfill. Services provided include automated refuse, recycling and green waste collection.
The City of Lompoc owns its electrical utility, providing Lompoc a comparative pricing advantage over other cities in Santa Barbara County and the state. We also offer electrical incentive rates available for businesses, helping energy-conscious businesses save money.