December 2017
Wrap your presents, wrap your pipes

While you're busy wrapping gifts this holiday season, get a head start on winterizing your home and wrap your pipes, as well. Here are some helpful tips and videos to make the process easy. 

Watch Louisville Water on KET and Tapper in a music video!

Our very own Tapper sings the praises of what is unique and exciting about downtown Louisville in the  "I Go Downtown" music video  presented by the Louisville Downtown Partnership.This musical collaboration has cameos by numerous local celebrities, business owners, politicians, dancers, and mascots. 

And the KET series Downstream will air two new episodes this month that will feature Louisville Water. Check the listing below to catch a show!

KET: Thurs., December 7 at 12:30 a.m., 
KETKY: Tues., December 19 at 1:30 p.m. 
KETKY: Tues., December 19 at 10:30 p.m. 

KETKY: Tues., December 26 at 1:30 p.m.

Previews of both shows as well as previous episodes are on, and if you miss the shows in December, then check them out on YouTube or on after January 15.

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Helping students get ready for careers

Students in the Heavy Equipment Science program at Fairdale High School will be able to train with professional equipment thanks to a recent donation from Louisville WaterFairdale instructor Dave Myers called it "a very generous donation of personal protective equipment and pipe materials for the students to work with in lab activities."  Louisville Water's donation of safety gear included hard hats as well as safety glasses and vests. Students will use the donated pieces of pipe to practice real-world excavations.
A doorway to local artists

Louisville Water joined the Alley Gallery, a project that re-purposes alley and back-of-the-building doors in downtown Louisville with artwork of local artists. Louisville Water's alley door on the Chestnut Street side of its Third Street office  features Sacred Waters by Victor Sweatt. 
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Where is it?
You could win a prize if you know!

Do you know where the photo above w as taken? If you do,  you might win a prize from Louisville Water!  The first five people to send the correct answer will receive  a pure tap prize pack similar to the one shown below.  G ood Luck!

Congratulations to Gayle Smith, Ryan Carr, Jessica Jolly, David Penick, and James Watters who were our winners from November's picture contest! 

The November contest picture above is one of 10 statues representing
Ceres, Diana, Flora,and The Horea (the seasons) that were added to the
Louisville Water Tower  on Zorn Avenue in 1861. After a tornado in 1890 hit the water tower, damaging the tower and the statues, a new statue of an Indian Hunter and his dog was added. The water tower is the oldest and most ornamental tower of its kind in the country.
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