June 2017
Could you have a leak?
Small leaks in your home can often go unnoticed and quickly add up! A dripping faucet can waste 15 gallons a day, and just a 1/8" sized leak consumes more than 3,500 gallons per day. 

It is easy to find most leaks; however, some can go undetected. To find out if you have a leak, you may want to check these items . A little investigation can save both water and money.

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Louisville Water + Bourbon
Many people add water or ice to their bourbon when enjoying it. But did you know many bourbons are produced with Louisville's water? Louisville Water partnered with a local distiller to bring awareness to the essential role that our water has with the bourbon industry.  

As part of the partnership, the visitor experience at Bulleit Frontier Whiskey Experience at Stitzel-Weller in Shively now includes an exhibit on how Louisville Water benefits the bourbon industry step-by-step.
Buy Local Fair to be held July 2
Louisville Water Tower Park is hosting the rescheduled event from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 2. The fair will host more than 180 local businesses, musicians, artists and craftspeople, chefs, food vendors, community organizers, and farmers. 

This purely local event is one you will not want to miss! Admission to the Buy Local Fair is free, but parking is $5 per car.
Where is it? You could win a prize if you know!
Do you know where this picture was taken? If you do, you might win a prize from Louisville Water! 

The first 5 people to send the correct answer will receive a pure tap prize pack! Good Luck!
Are safe, clean waterways important to you?
Louisville MSD has a vision of safe, clean waterways for a healthy and vibrant community. Please click here to participate in the upcoming survey and let MSD know the importance that you place on our waterways for public health and environmental benefits.

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