WaterWorks Museum Opens
Original Pumping Station and New WaterWorks Museum Opens to the Public on March 1, 2014
Board of Water Works Approves Interlocal Agreement with MSD
The Board of Water Works approved the Due Diligence Analysis Report regarding Louisville Water and MSD and an Interlocal Agreement between the Board and MSD.
Moving Forward with One Water Concept
Louisville Water Company and MSD begin to combine certain work functions.
Zero Detections of MCHM in Louisville Drinking Water
Louisville Water Company is managing the trace amounts of the MCHM chemical in the Ohio River.
Update on Louisville Water Treatment Strategy for the Elk River Spill
The plume of the chemical MCHM began moving through the Ohio River in Louisville early this morning and poses no health concern for Louisville Water customers.
Louisville Drinking Water is Safe
Louisville Water Handles the MCHM contaminant with Advanced Treatment
Louisville Water Update on West Virginia Chemical Spill
Louisville Water will not see any changes in the quality of their drinking water.
West Virginia Chemical Spill Not a Concern for Louisville Water Customers
Louisville Water Company is prepared to handle the chemical that impacted drinking water in West Virginia.
Information About Extreme Cold Weather
Louisville Water makes special preparations for extreme winter weather as part of its annual winter preparedness plan.
Crews Begin Restoration Work at Crescent Hill Reservoir and Gatehouse
Workers tie-off from scaffolding over millions of gallons of water.
WaterWorks Museum Opens March 1 of 2014 at Louisville Water Tower Park
Interior restoration of the 1860 original pumping station is now complete.