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Kentucky Water nears completion of $35 million treatment upgrades

Includes new treatment operations, water supply.

Water line replacement part of downtown utility work

Project in conjunction with city sewer project

Kentucky American urges flushing of pipes in large buildings

Kentucky American Water recommends large building operators flush pipes to maintain water quality during the COVID-19 public health emergency.   

UPDATE: Kentucky American changes ‘flushing’ schedule for Fayette County

Kentucky American Water will soon conduct its annual water system flushing program, which involves crews opening selected fire hydrants throughout the water distribution system and letting them flow for several minutes.

Debt refinancing may mean lower rates for utility customers

Customers of Kentucky-American Water could get a little money back or lower rates in the future, under an order handed down today by the state's Public Service Commission.

UPDATE: Boil water advisory in Paris and Millersburg lifted

The City of Paris has lifted its boil water advisory. It was caused because of a main intake pump failure.

UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory lifted in Rockcastle County

A precautionary Boil Water Advisory for the Sand Springs area of Rockcastle County was lifted Wednesday morning, according to Kentucky American Water.

UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory lifted in Rockcastle County

A boil water advisory for Kentucky American Water customers in the Sandhill area of Rockcastle County was lifted Wednesday afternoon.

Kentucky fire departments to receive grants

Kentucky American Water says it will give $7,500 to 15 fire departments in the state. 

Boil water advisory issued in Rockcastle County

According to the water company, 67 customers in the Brush Creek area of Rockcastle County are under the advisory.

Kentucky American Water awards scholarships

Kentucky American Water has announced the winners of its Ripple Effect Scholarships.  

Annual water quality reports now available

Kentucky American Water announces that the 2018 Water Quality Reports for the company’s service areas are now available and indicate a continuation of high quality tap water delivered to customers.

Kentucky American Water to conduct annual flushing system program

Flushing helps Kentucky American Water continue providing excellent quality water to customers because it helps to remove natural sediment that builds up in pipes over time.

Kentucky American Water acquires North Middletown water and wastewater assets

Kentucky American Water announced Monday that it has acquired the water and wastewater assets of the City of North Middletown in Bourbon County.

UPDATE: Boil water advisory lifted in Rockcastle Co.

Kentucky American Water says the boil water advisory has been lifted for customers in the Sand Hill area.

Kentucky American Water reminds customers that wasted water adds up

Kentucky American Water is leveraging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Fix a Leak Week to help customers decrease water waste and better manage their water bills.

Prevent frozen pipes this winter

With bitterly cold temperatures forecast for the next couple days in the Bluegrass, Kentucky American Water reminds customers of ways to help prevent their water pipes from freezing and potentially bursting.

H20 Help to Others Program helps families in need with water bill payments

The program is administered for Kentucky American Water by Dollar Energy Fund in order to assist eligible customers in financial distress with their water bill payments.

Kentucky American Water asking for rate increase

The company filed an application Wednesday with the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) to adjust its rates for water service.

Kentucky American Water announces 2018 Firefighting Support Grant recipients

Kentucky American Water has awarded grants totaling $10,000 to 20 Kentucky fire and rescue organizations in support for the departments’ year-round efforts to protect the communities they serve.

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