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.
Louisville Water and Lebanon Junction Extend Partnership
Lebanon Junction will get 100% of its water from Louisville Water in 2014.
Louisville Water Foundation Announces First Gift
$10,000 gift will help water-relief efforts in the Philippines through WaterStep.
Take the Louisville pure tap Holiday Challenge
Save $100 in a month by drinking from the tap! Louisville Water partners with locally owned businesses to distribute free Louisville pure tap® BPA-free, 22-ounce, re-usable water bottles with a challenge: See how much money you can save by filling up at the tap.
Louisville Water Tower Named 1 of 10 Buildings that Changed Louisville
National Historic Landmark named one of "Ten Buildings that Changed Louisville."
Board of Water Works Approves Funding for 2014 Initiatives
Funding approved for Louisville Water's 2014 capital and operating budget.
Louisville Water Receives National Honor for Excellence
Louisville Water receives award for outstanding achievement in utility management and performance.
A New Twist in Your Route at the Crescent Hill Reservoir
A project to replace the roof and repair the staircase of the Crescent Hill Gatehouse is underway.
Restoration of Original Pumping Station Nears Completion
Interior renovations of the original pumping station include a new WaterWorks Museum featuring historic photos, memorabilia and film; all now part of Louisville Water Tower Park.
Water Main Project to Provide Back-up Water Supply to Eastern Jefferson County
Large water main project along Hurstbourne Lane will provide back-up water supply for the eastern part of Jefferson County.
Louisville Water Supports First Lady’s Drink More Water Campaign
Water fill stations and fountains help everyone “Get Back to the Tap!”
Shoes for Water at Louisville pure tap 5K
The Louisville Sports Commission and Louisville Water Company are collaborating with WaterStep to help the organization collect shoes to assist with its water purification efforts.
Chief Engineer Jim Brammell Named as President and CEO of Louisville Water
The Board of Water Works has named Jim Brammell as president and CEO of Louisville Water. Since 2007, Brammell has served as Vice President of Operations and Chief Engineer at Louisville Water.
Louisville Water Invites You to Celebrate Another National Title
First it was football, then basketball and now water! Louisville Water's Louisville pure tap® wins "Best of the Best."
Louisville Water Competes for the Title of Best Tasting Tap Water in North America
Louisville Water is up against 20 other water utilities from across the nation for the coveted "Best Tasting Tap Water in North America" award.
Water-Purchase Agreement Finalized with Hardin County Water District No. 2
Hardin County Water District No. 2 will purchase a supplemental supply of drinking water from Louisville Water Company beginning in 2016.
Louisville Water Customers Receive 2013 Annual Water Quality Report
Louisville Water met the strict health requirements established by the EPA.
Louisville pure tap® Refreshes Spring Events
Louisville Water's fill stations and fountains keep chilled, free water flowing at events this spring.
Louisville Water Company Announces the Creation of the Louisville Water Foundation
Louisville Water has created a charitable extension of the company, the Louisville Water Foundation.
Louisville Water Releases 2012 Annual Report
Louisville Water's 2012 Annual Report highlights the success in water quality, financial operations, community engagement and infrastructure.
Louisville Water receives AAA Bond Rating
Louisville Water receives AAA Bond Rating from Standard & Poors
Louisville Water and MSD: Sharing Resources - Saving Money
Louisville Water and MSD Boards approve pursuing first InterLocal Cooperation Agreement.
Louisville Water Grows Customer Assistance Program to over $100,000 Annually
The Board of Water Works approves funding for the Customer Assistance Program.
Restoration of Original Pumping Station Lets Louisville Water Write New Chapter of its 152-Year Old
Interior Renovations Include New “Water Works” Museum Featuring Interactive Exhibits, Historic Photos and Films that Focus on the Community’s History