Exhibit Marks Water Company’s 150 Years Of History

“We’ve been working on this exhibit with the Frazier for over a year. Over the next seven months, we’re going to be able to showcase to our community, adults and children alike, how water works in louisville. and originally our first name was the Louisville Water Works,” said Greg Heitzman, company president and CEO.

Kentucky’s Drinking Water

Clean drinking water – fortunately most of us take it for granted. Sure, if you’re getting your water from the Ohio, right now there’s a funky taste, but those of us here in Louisville know we usually have really good tap water. For those of us out in the state, it varies by community. So, where does Kentucky get its drinking water, how do we know it is safe and what about the future? Join us on Tuesday when we talk with representatives from Kentucky’s two largest water providers, Louisville Water Company and Kentucky American Water. We welcome your questions and comments.   Listen to the Show

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Boil Advisory Lifted

A boil water advisory for approximateldy 330 Louisville Water Company customers has been lifted.  Water quality tests confirm the water is safe to drink. The impacted areas included customers in the southern part of Jefferson County and parts of Bullitt County who are served by the Jefferson Memorial and Martin Hill elevated storage tanks.  Customers should […]

Boil Advisory In Effect For Some In S. Jefferson County

The Louisville Water Company has issued a boil water advisory for about one thousand people in southern Jefferson County. The advisory was posted after pressure dropped in two elevated storage tanks. It affects customers within the boundary East Pages Lane, St. Andrews Church Road and Third Street Road. Customers should boil any water intended for […]