Welcome To Mountain Water District

Welcome To Mountain Water District

The Mountain Water District serves the water and sewer utility needs for all of the unincorporated area of Pike County. Mountain Water District was created by the merger of Pond Creek Water District, Marrowbone Water District and Shelby Valley Water District on July 1, 1986. Mountain Water District provides water service to more than seventeen thousand (17,000) homes and businesses in Pike County and sewer service to more than twenty-three hundred (2,300) homes and businesses.

News

BOIL WATER UPDATE - 2/27/2015

THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS HAS BEEN LIFTED:

FROM DOUGLAS PARK ALONG US 23 TO INDIAN HILLS

ALONG COLLINS HIGHWAY TO SHELBIANA

ALONG US 460/80 TO THE ELKHORN CITY INTERSECTION, INCLUDING POMPEY AND FROZEN

ALL OF THE MARROWBONE AREA AND SIDE LINES

FROM ELKHORN ON US 460/80, ALONG US 460 TO THE MOUTHCARD INTERSECTION, THEN RIGHT HANDED ON US 460 TO THE VIRGINIA LINE; AND LEFT HANDED TO NIGH BRIDGE ALONG ROUTE 194, INCLUDING FEDS CREEK AND MOUTHCARD AREAS AND ALL SIDE LINE.

IF YOU ARE UNSURE IF THIS INCLUDES YOUR AREA PLEASE CONTINUE TO BOIL YOUR WATER UNTIL THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY FOR THE ENTIRE AREA IS LIFTED.

ALL OTHER AREAS REMAIN UNDER A BOIL WATER ADVISORY AT THIS TIME.

Posted By: KL
UPDATE - 2/27/2015

ROBINSON CREEK: SERVICE HAS BEEN REESTABLISHED FOR MUCH OF THIS AREA ALONG MAIN TRANSMISSION LINE AND WE ARE CONTINUING TO RESTORE SERVICE AS TANKS BUILD STORAGE. THE FOLLOWING AREAS ARE STILL OUT AT THIS TIME: ELKHORN CREEK AND ROUTE 805, UPPER INDIAN CREEK, BEEFHIDE, LITTLE ROBINSON, UPPER SUGAR CAMP, ELSWICK FORK OF JONANCY AND UPPER LITTLE CREEK.

SOUTH WILLIAMSON AREA: WATER RESTORATION EFFORTS CONTINUE IN THE SOUTH WILLIAMSON AREAS BUT IT WILL TAKE TIME FOR THE WATER TO MAKE ITS WAY TO THE OUTLYING AREAS. BLACKBERRY, MCCARR, BUSKIRK, AND MCVEIGH ARE STILL OUT OF SERVICE AT THIS TIME.

PHELPS AREA: WATER HAS BEEN RESTORED TO THE PHELPS INTERSECTION AND RESTORATION EFFORTS CONTINUE AS STORAGE BUILDS. THOSE STILL OUT OF SERVICE AT THIS TIME ARE THE AREAS OF WIDOWS BRANCH, MAJESTIC, WOODMAN, FREEBURN, BARRENSHEE, AND UPPER GRASSY.

JOHNS CREEK AREA: STORAGE IS BEING BUILT IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS. THE LEFT FORK OF JOES CREEK IS CURRENTLY OUR OF SERVICE BUT RESTORATION EFFORTS CONTINUE TO THIS AREA.

THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY 1,250 OR 7% OF SERVICE CONNECTIONS AFFECTED AT THIS TIME AND WE ANTICIPATE THIS LEVEL TO DECREASE AS RESTORATION EFFORTS CONTINUE.

 

Posted By: KL
OUTAGE UPDATE - 2/26/2015

ALL CUSTOMERS ARE STILL UNDER A BOIL WATER ADVISORY.

SHELBY VALLEY / ROBINSON CREEK: SERVICE HAS BEEN REESTABLISHED FOR MUCH OF THIS AREA ALONG MAIN TRANSMISSION LINES AND WE ARE CONTINUING TO RESTORE SERVICE AS TANKS BUILD STORAGE. THE FOLLOWING AREAS ARE STILL OUT AT THIS TIME: ELKHORN CREEK, INDIAN CREEK, BEEFHIDE, LONG FORK OF VIRGIE, LITTLE ROBINSON AND UPPER LITTLE CREEK.

MARROWBONE AREA: OPERATION STATUS HAS RETURNED TO NORMAL IN THIS AREA

SOUTH WILLIAMSON: WATER RESTORATION EFFORTS HAVE BEGUN IN THE SOUTH WILLIAMSON, BELFRY, STONE, HARDY, LOWER BIG CREEK AND BLACKBERRY AREAS BUT IT WILL TAKE TIME FOR THE WATER TO MAKE ITS WAY TO THE OUTLYING AREAS. BLACKBERRY, MCCARR, BUSKIRK, LOWER BIG CREEK INCLUDING LONG FORK OF TURKEY CREEK, MCANDREWS AND MCVEIGH ARE STILL OUT OF SERVICE AT THIS TIME.

PHELPS AREA: WATER HAS BEEN RESTORED TO THE PHELPS INTERSECTION AND RESTORATION EFFORTS CONTINUE AS STORAGE BUILDS FOR THE AREAS OF WIDOWS BRANCH, MAJESTIC, WOODMAN, FREEBURN, BARRENSHEE, AND THOSE SERVICES BEYOND THE INTERSECTION.

ZEBULON AREA: STORAGE IS BEING BUILT IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS. AS CAPACITY ALLOWS, SERVICE WILL BE RESTORED TO THE BRUSHY AREA

THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY 2,500 OR 15% OF SERVICE CONNECTIONS AFFECTED AT THIS TIME AND WE ANTICIAPETE THIS LEVEL TO DECREASE AS RESTORATION EFFORTS CONTINUE.

Posted By: KL
RATE ADJUSTMENT REQUEST SUBMITTED TO THE PSC - 11/19/2014

THE MOUNTAIN WATER DISTRICT HAS FILED AN APPLICATION FOR A WATER AND SEWER RATE ADJUSTMENT WITH THE KENTUCKY PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION. THE APPLICATION MAY BE VIEWED BY FOLLOWING THE TWO LINKS BELOW OR ON THE PSC'S WEBSITE AT PSC.KY.GOV.

APPLICATION VOLUME 1

APPLICATION VOLUME 2

Posted By: KL