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Our mission is to provide our customers a safe, clean and sufficient water supply through a reliable system that meets all state and federal regulations at the lowest reasonable cost.

  • Serving approximately 300,000 people in Campbell and Kenton counties and portions of Boone, Grant and Pendleton counties
  • Over 300 Square Miles of Total Service Area
  • 1,283 Miles of Main
  • Three (3) Water Treatment Plants with a Capacity of 64 Million Gallons Per Day (MGD)
  • Sixteen (16) Distribution Pump Stations
  • Twenty (20) Water Storage Tanks


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Duke diesel spill in Ohio River
8/20/14
9:15 am

The District is aware of the diesel spill that occurred on the Ohio River late Monday evening.  As a precautionary measure we closed our raw water intakes on the Ohio River.  The District used its raw water reservoir storage for water supply while the intakes were closed. Water quality samples were taken throughout the day and did not detect any of the material at its intake levels. At approximately 11:30 pm 8/19/14 we began pumping from our Ohio River intakes and resumed normal operations. As a precautionary measure, powdered activated carbon was added to our raw water supply and the District also utilizes granular activated carbon treatment processes which serve as additional barriers to help ensure none of this material gets into our water system. 

If you have questions during normal business hours, please call (859) 578-9898, ext. 2127. After hours call (859) 578-9898.
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2014 Board Meetings

The Commissioners of the Northern Kentucky Water District will meet in regular session pursuant to law and the rules of said commission on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 12:30 pm for calendar year 2014.  All meetings will be held at 2835 Crescent Springs Road, Erlanger, Kentucky 41018, Conference Room 1.

USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT
Federal, State and Local Officials Break Ground on Northern Kentucky Water District Improvement Project in Kenton County

All Three NKWD
Water Treatment Plants Recognized for Superior Performance

Groundbreaking Event Planned to Celebrate the Start of Construction to Install Over 6 Miles of
New Water Mains
in Rural Kenton County -
New mains will give 135 households access to public water

A Brief History of Water Districts and Water Associations

NKWD Receives $2.3 Million in Loan and Grant Funding to Construct New Water Lines in Kenton County

Lovan Reappointed to Kentucky Infrastructure Authority (KIA) Board

The Importance of Drinking Water: Aging Infrastructure

NKWD's Advanced Water Treatment Technologies

NKWD Rate Adjustment 2012

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