Welcome to the Official Website of Lake Junaluska Assembly Public Works

Our Mission

The mission of Lake Junaluska is to be a place of Christian hospitality where lives are transformed through renewal of soul, mind, and body. This hospitality is provided to ALL persons, without discrimination.

In Assembly Public Works, we strive to fulfill this mission by providing residents and guests with safe, timely, and high quality public work services and superior customer support. In doing so, we hope to minimize many of the distractions that can interfere with those transformations, while keeping the community running smoothly in the background!

After-Hours Service

LJA Public Works On-Call Staff

During evenings or weekends, if you are experiencing a water leak, sewer backup or need to report a downed tree blocking a roadway, please call the Haywood County Non-Emergency Dispatch line at (828) 452-6666. Dispatchers will contact the Public Works On-Call staff and anyone else who may need to respond. 

During regular business hours, please call the Public Works office at (828) 452-5911.

LJA Security Officer-on-Duty  (24-hours, Year-Around)

To reach the LJA Officer-on-Duty, please call (828) 734-5575. Or, you may contact the 24-hour Haywood County Non-Emergency Dispatch line at (828) 452-6666.

In case of emergencies, call 911.

Bill Payment Options

Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the method that best suits your needs!

Options Include:

  • Online Bill Pay, including scheduled payments & auto payment by credit card
  • Automatic bank drafts from checking or savings accounts
  • Check payment by mail or drop-box
  • Credit card payment by phone or in-person

Visit Bill Payment Options for the complete list.

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Main Entrance and Walking Trail Section Temporary Closure

January 23, 2023

From February 22 to April 5, Lake Junaluska’s main entrance on Highway 19/Dellwood Road will be closed and traffic routed to the nearby West Gate entrance to allow for the replacement of two culverts under North Lakeshore Drive.

Both located on Highway 19, the main entrance and the West Gate entrance are approximately 900 feet apart. During the temporary closure of the main entrance, detour signs will guide traffic to the West Gate entrance onto Weldon Way which runs back into North Lakeshore Drive. Vehicles and pedestrians may access the Welcome Center and the Foundation for Evangelism Building from the entrance on Weldon Way.

Additionally, a portion of the lakeside walking trail...

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Welcome to Winter - Are Your Pipes Ready?

Welcome to Winter - Are Your Pipes Ready?

January 03, 2023

Can you flush your toilet if your pipes are frozen? ...Talk about questions you “wish” you had asked!

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is that wonderful time of year when the worst of winter is looming upon us. And the Farmer’s Almanac has been warning us that the winter of 2023 will be both long and cold. So, we ask you… are your pipes ready? 

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