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LWC Sells Over $202 Million in Bonds
Company receives average 2.98% borrowing cost.

Standard and Poor’s Gives LWC Highest Bond Rating
Rating comes as Louisville Water Prepares to Issue Over $200 Million in Bonds

Board of Water Works Approves 2010 Budget
Louisville Water Company’s (LWC) Board of Water Works approved the company’s 2010 budget at its regular meeting November 10. The budget emphasizes investing in LWC’s aging infrastructure and meeting upcoming drinking water regulations.

Stimulus funding for pipe on I-64 November 3 2009
Stimulus Funding Helps Launch Louisville Water Company project along I-64

Louisville Water Company 2010 Preliminary Budget
LWC 2010 Preliminary Budget

LWC Offers Free CLEAN HANDS Decals
Free "Clean Hands" Decals for Public Restrooms

Smile Kentucky! Provides Free Dental Screenings for Kids
Smile Kentucky! Provides Free Dental Screenings for Kids

Pure Tap Served at Downtown Chowdown
Chilled Pure Tap® Served at the Downtown Chowdown

Louisville Water Company to Provide More Water to North Nelson Water District
Partnership Allows Louisville Water Company to Provide More Water to North Nelson Water District

Louisville Water Provides Water for Ironman
Louisville Water Company Provides a Unique Solution to Water for Ford Ironman Louisville Participants

LWC Receives Special Achievement Award
Louisville Water Company Receives Special Achievement Award for Exceptional Use of Geographic Information System (GIS) Technology.

LWC Receives Regional Awards
Louisville Water Company receives Regional Awards at the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Professionals Conference.

LWC Receives National Honors
Louisville Water Company receives national honors from American Water Works Association for its efforts to protect ground water supplies.

Louisville Water Company on State Priority List for Economic Stimulus Funding
Louisville Water Company (LWC) is in line to receive $4 million in funding as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, signed into law by President Barack Obama.

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, President Obama’s “stimulus bill”, provides an allocation to Kentucky of approximately $50 million for eligible sewer projects and $20 million for eligible drinking water projects.

Louisville Water Company elects New Board Chair & Officers
Louisville Water Company Elects Board Chair and Officers of the Company

Louisville Water Company Warns of Possible Fraudulent Activity

Louisville Water Company's Shovel Ready Projects
Louisville Water Company has identifed "shovel ready" water and sewer projects in connection with the Economic Stimulus Package, that can be mobilized quickly and result in a boost to the local economy.

Southwest Jefferson County Boil Water Advisory
A “Boil Water Advisory ” (BWA) is in effect for about 800 Southwest Jefferson County customers living in the Windsor Forrest area.

Winter Pipe Maintenance Tips
Tips for water pipe maintenance from the Louisville Water Company.