Notice of Proposed Rate Change. Click here to view.
Notice of Billing Cycle Changes. Click here to view.
The Western Pulaski County Water District was formed by the merger of Oakhill Water Association, Pleasant Hill Water and Pulaski Water District #02. The Oakhill Water Association’s By-Laws went into effect July 22, 1969 and the Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Public Service Commission July 23, 1970. Oakhill Water Association was formed by W.W. Kelly with the monthly board meetings at his home on Oakhill Rd. Oakhill Water Association was dissolved and merged into Pulaski Water District in February 1996. Pleasant Hill Water was formed in April 1963 by Glen Neikirk. Monthly board meetings were held in the garage of Mr. Neikirk. Pulaski Water District #02 was formed in 1968 by Charles Pierce with the monthly board meetings at the home of Mr. Pierce. Pleasant Hill Water and Pulaski Water District #02 merged in March 1997 which then became Western Pulaski County Water District. To date, the Western Pulaski County Water District has 532 miles of water main lines which range up to 10 inches. There are also 9 water storage tanks thru out the northern and western parts of the county and serves over 8500 customers.
We the management and employees of the Western Pulaski Water District will strive to achieve and maintain the highest standard of excellence and customer service in every aspect of our utility, and to provide safe and reliable drinking water to all our customers adapting and improving as we move into the future, always being mindful that our customers are also our friends and family.