The Meade County Water District is committed to provide our customers with a safe, clean and reliable supply of potable drinking water and in doing so will monitor, improve and protect the water system and deliver the highest quality product possible.
Emergency Drinking Water Supplies
If you missed the Meade County RECC's Emergency Preparedness Expo March 15th, information on emergency water supply can be found by clicking on "News & Information"
Customers can use one of three Drop-box locations throughout Meade County to pay their water bill
Meade Co. Water District Office
Flaherty Fire Department in Flaherty
Stull's Country Store in Andyville
Meade County Water District Board approves changes in Late Payments and Cut-off Policy effective September 1
Click on the "News & Information" to view the new policy.
Meade County Water District
The Meade County Water District was formed May 10, 1983 by then Judge/Executive Bert Watts. Judge Watts and Fiscal Court named three commissioners to oversee the newly formed district. They were: George Thomas, Melvin Dowell and Ray Griffee. Their first project was water lines to the Weldon area of the county. A grant from the Housing and Urban Development and a loan from Farmer Home Loan funded the project at a cost of $1.1 Million. In 1987 the district provided service to over 230 customers. Since then the district has grown to over 4000 customers.
As we continue to grow, we are pursuing many funding avenues to ensure the reliability of existing water lines and facilities and water needs for the future. We have recently obtained from the U.S. Department of Agriculture a Rural Development Loan/Grant to add 31 miles of new water lines in western Meade County. The Kentucky 228/Rhodelia Water Expansion Project is a $2 million project that began February 8, 2010. The project is expected to take 11 months to complete. See related story by clicking on "News & Information."
You may contact the Meade County Water District at: email@example.com