April 2019
Time to turn on your irrigation meter
Did you call us to turn off your irrigation meter in the fall? Before you or your irrigation contractor start the system up for your thirsty yard, call us to turn your meter back on. Also ask your contractor to check your irrigation meter's back flow preventer so there won't be any cross connection issues with your water supply. Learn everything you need to know about possible water quality issues with your irrigation system.
Students can put their L's up while they drink up

Louisville Water and the University of Louisville recently teamed up to co-brand several water-fill stations in the school’s Swain Student Activities Center. Now students can easily hydrate their working minds!
Come see us for Earth Day at the Louisville Zoo
We are joining Louisville Zoo's Earth Day Celebration on April 28. We will have interactive activities that will teach kids about our water system and filtration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy discounted admission that day and free parking. Come see why Louisville Water rocks!
Hydrating thousands for the
KDF marathon

Thunder Over Louisville kicked off the Derby season last weekend, and Louisville Water is excited to be part of the festivities again. We set up and supply all the water stops for the Kentucky Derby Festival's miniMarathon and Marathon . With the help of hundreds of volunteers, we make sure a lot of runners keep hydrated until the finish line .
Where is this?
You could win a prize if you know!

This photo was taken pretty far outside Louisville Water's service area. When the company's employees go on trips for either personal or professional reasons, they often take photos that show Louisville Water cups or bottles in exotic locations. We call them "pure tap moments." Do you know where this one was taken? The first five people to  send the correct answer  will receive a pure tap prize pack! Good luck!


Congratulations to Danita Austin, Matt Foushee, Mary Alice Greenmyer, Pauletta Yeoman, and Diane Schmidt! They were the winners in the March picture contest. It featured a young child dressed up like a Louisville Water crew member at the WaterWorks Museum, which is located at Louisville Water Tower Park. See the article below for information on the museum.
Visit the WaterWorks Museum
 Want to see the inner workings of a fire hydrant? Or have your child dress up as a scientist or Louisville Water crew member? Then come visit the WaterWorks Museum at Louisville Water Tower Park (3005 River Road) The museum, which had been closed for the winter, is now back open for its fifth year with new exhibits for all ages. Click here for our hours, admission prices and tour information . We hope to see you soon!
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