Western Pulaski

Water District

Notice of Proposed Rate Change.  Click here to view.

Notice of Billing Cycle Changes.  Click here to view.

Welcome

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.


Mission Statement

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.

Current News


The Western Pulaski County Water District is located at 2128 W. Hwy 80, across from Barlow Farm Equipment.  The new office has a drive thru window for the convenience of our customers.  The night drop is located just past the drive thru window for our 'after hours' customers.  Our office hours are 8:00 a.m.to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday.  You may pay your bill at Citizens National Bank with your bill card before the 10th of the month.  If you are interested in bank draft, please contact the office.  The '2016' Water Quality Report is available for viewing at http://www.krwa.org/2016ccr/westernpulaski.pdf, or you can contact the office for a paper copy.

Effective 9/01/2014:  On line payments made AFTER 8:00 a.m. on delinquent day will still be subject to a reconnect fee.  Accounts that are not paid in full are subject to being disconnected. NO EXCEPTIONS...

NOTE:  If you have a water outage or an emergency after hours, please call our after hours number 606-679-1569.   All other calls should me made to the office during office hours, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday.  We appreciate your cooperation.  


​  ****Notice:  If your account has been turned off for non-payment, you can not pay the reconnect fee with a debit or credit card.  The Western Pulaski Water District is open Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  NO reconnect will be performed on the weekend.  If you have an issue with your account, please contact the office during normal office hours.



The new billing cycles will go into effect January 1, 2016.  Your due date will change.  PLEASE pay attention to the new due date on your bill card.  If you live east of the Lake Cumberland Bridge, you will be considered Cycle 1. We will be mailing your new bill by the 5th of each month and will be due on the 15th.  If you live west of the Lake Cumberland Bridge, you will be considered cycle 2.  Your bill will be mailed no later than the 20th of the month and will be due on the 30th.  If you have any questions, please contact the office 679-1569

ATTENTION:
Beginning May 2, 2017, Western Pulaski County Water District will be flushing all flush hydrants in the system.  The flushing may continue thru May 12, 2017.  We urge our customers to please check the clarity of the water before washing clothes.  Flushing may cause discolored water in some areas for a short time.  The flushing is required to enhance water quality as well as to ensure operational conditions.  Thank you for your cooperation.  Joe McClendon, Manager


June 01, 2017  - Western Pulaski County Water District has lifted the boil water advisory for the areas from the intersection of 914 at Oakhill Rd. to Godlfinch Rd, this will include Tanya Lane, Julies Way, Neil's Drive, Mimosa St., Maple St., Hampton Dr., Jasper Ave. and all side roads that are connected to the roads listed.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.