|Jun 18 2015||Boil Water Advisory Issued for Crescent Hill and Surrounding AreasThursday, June 18, 2015Louisville Water Company has issued a Boil Water Advisory for approximately 33,000 customers in the Crescent Hill and surrounding areas. The advisory comes after a 60-inch water main break on Grinstead Drive. Please see the expanded map and listing of affected streets for more information. The Boil Water Advisory is for those customers within the boundary lines drawn on the map.|
|Jun 11 2015||
Louisville Water Continues Pursuit of Innovation in Water Quality & Supply
Thursday, June 11, 2015Since we pumped the first gallon of water into homes in 1860, Louisville Water’s goal has been to provide the purest supply of water to our customers. Company visionaries such as then Chief Engineer Thomas Scowden and his assistant, Charles Hermany, created treatment systems that are still in use today. Louisville Water is always seeking more natural ways to treat our water supply. One such way is Riverbank Filtration.
|Jun 10 2015||
H2O: Here's 2 the Ohio
Wednesday, June 10, 2015Over 75 billion gallons of water flow past Louisville Water Tower in the Ohio River every day. Louisville Water pumps out approximately 120,000 per day to supply drinking water to Louisville and surrounding communities. What other companies also depend on the Ohio River? Join us from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
|Jun 8 2015||Walking Wednesday Program Returns to the Crescent Hill ReservoirMonday, June 8, 2015Curious what’s inside the Gothic-style structure at the Crescent Hill Reservoir? Walking Wednesday tours return on June 10 providing information about the history of Louisville Water’s architecture and operations. Louisville Water staff offers guided tours on the second Wednesday of each month from 11am – 7pm, from June through September. The Crescent Hill Reservoir is located near 201 Reservoir Avenue, between Frankfort Avenue and Brownsboro Road.|
|Jun 5 2015||
Women's Tapping Team Competes for National Title
Friday, June 5, 2015Are you ready for the fastest two minutes in tapping? Four women from Louisville Water Company are, and next week they will be traveling to Anaheim, California to prove it. There, they will compete as a team for a national title that’s all about tapping.
|Jun 1 2015||
Neighborhood Place Partners Provide Opportunities to Cook Healthy and Save Money
Neighborhood Place locations in Louisville will offer several workshops this month to learn how to cook delicious, healthy recipes and ways to save money by couponing and conserving energy. To learn more about these services, including reservation requirements and contact information, please refer to the phone numbers listed by each event.
|May 28 2015||Explaining Your Louisville Water BillSunday, June 7, 2015 We realize the slight change in the new bill has caused some confusion, and we apologize. To help you better understand your Louisville Water bill, we've created this page to help clarify each section. To the right is sample bill and below are detailed explanations of each section. We’ve also created a frequently asked questions page about the bill. Click the image to enlarge the sample bill. */|
|May 27 2015||Understanding Your Louisville Water BillWednesday, May 27, 2015We realize your bills have changed just enough to cause some confusion. We're sorry for any frustrations this may have caused, and have compiled the most frequently asked questions to help you better understand your Louisville Water bill. Where is my 10-digit account number located on the bill? Your new 10-digit account number is located at the top of your bill, in the blue section. How much do I owe? The old bills listed the balance summary at the bottom of the bill.|
|May 19 2015||
We Know It's Crazy, And We're Sorry
Monday, May 25, 2015As you are aware, Louisville Water recently launched a new customer care and billing system. We realize there have been some bumps in the road since the roll-out of the new system, and for that we offer our most sincere apologies. Longer than normal hold times? Yes. Difficulty registering with LINK? Yes. Unacceptable, as we’ve heard from multiple customers? Yes.
|May 5 2015||
Fischer, Tandy make appointments to flood mitigation work group
Mayor Greg Fischer and Metro Council President David Tandy today announced the membership of the Flood Mitigation Workgroup.
Tonya Sangester, Emergency Management Agency
|May 3 2015||Restored Crescent Hill Gatehouse Re-Opens May 13Monday, May 11, 2015The fully restored historic Crescent Hill Gatehouse is re-opening May 13 with a special open house open to the public from 5:30- 8:00 p.m. Work on the gatehouse began in 2013 and includes both interior and exterior work. Except for repair work after the 1974 tornado, this is the first large-scale restoration of the gatehouse, which was designated a Kentucky Historic Site in 2010.|
|May 3 2015||
It's Drinking Water Week
Sunday, May 3, 2015 Quality, Innovation , Value -- Louisville Water It's our favorite week of the year - drinking water week! Why? Because we have the chance to celebrate what our forefathers began in 1860 - providing safe, reliable drinking water to the community. Not only is water the healthiest choice for a drink, it's also the most economical. For less than one penny, you can fill 66 cups of water at the tap!
|Apr 30 2015||
It's Thurby - Do You Know Where Your Water Crew Is?
Tuesday, April 28, 2015The theatrics of people in big hats and seersucker suits sipping on Mint Juleps. The thrill of betting on a longshot. Gawking at the fancy parties and the celebrities. The Kentucky Derby is all about drama, but there are some kinds of drama nobody wants on that first Saturday in May. Like broken water mains. Or misused fire hydrants.
|Apr 1 2015||What's with LINK?Wednesday, April 1, 2015We know, it's been frustrating for you to register on LINK, our new customer portal. We apologize. To help, we've complied some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers and have posted them here for you. Remember, you only have to go through this process once - thank goodnes, right! - and then all you have to do is log in the next time. Thanks for your patience. Here are the three mostly commonly asked questions:|
|Apr 1 2015||LINK - It's a Tricky TransitionSunday, April 26, 2015To help you register and enroll in LINK, we've compiled some of the most frequently asked questions by our customers. Remember, you only have to go through this process once - thank goodnes, right! - and then all you have to do is log in the next time. Thanks for your patience. Here are the two mostly commonly asked questions: Where can I find my new 10-digit account number? Visit here, enter your old account number and you'll be given your new number.|