Fix a Leak Week is March 19-25arrow

March 19, 2018

Kentucky American Water and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are reaching out to promote Fix a Leak Week, which runs from March 19 through March 25. The national campaign, part of the EPA’s WaterSense program, helps to raise awareness about small leaks and other water that may be inadvertently wasted within homes. Read more.

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Kentucky American Water’s Water Loading Stations Now Accepting Credit Card Paymentsarrow

March 13, 2018

LEXINGTON, Ky., (March 8, 2018) – For added convenience, Kentucky American Water is now accepting credit card payments for water loading stations located in Fayette County. Customers that purchase water from the water loading stations located in Fayette County may now utilize credit cards to purchase water. To set up a new account, customers may call 859-269-2386 option 6 to be given an account number and PIN. This information will be used on to utilize the credit card payment feature. Customers may also visit our payment lobby located at 2300 Richmond Road, Lexington, Ky., to set up an account. For customers that choose not to utilize this convenience, they may continue to pay with cash or check at the Kentucky American Water offices located at 2300 Richmond Road between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Kentucky American Water’s F...

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Kentucky American Water Receives Beacon Awardarrow

March 08, 2018

Kentucky American Water was recognized recently by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection’s KY EXCEL program for exemplary efforts in environmental stewardship. The special recognition came during the annual KY EXCEL Member Celebration held Feb. 28.  KY EXCEL -- the Kentucky Excellence in Environmental Leadership program -- is coordinated by the Department of Environmental Protection Division of Compliance Assistance. Read more.

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Kentucky American Water Acquires Water Assets of Eastern Rockcastle Water Association in Livingstonarrow

February 28, 2018

Dateline City: LEXINGTON, Ky. LEXINGTON, Ky.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kentucky American Water announced today that it has acquired the water assets of Eastern Rockcastle Water Association in Livingston, Ky., in Rockcastle County. The transaction, completed today, adds approximately 610 water customers in Rockcastle and Jackson counties to the Kentucky American Water system. The acquisition of the system expands the company’s total service area to portions of 14 Kentucky counties. “We are pleased to welcome Eastern Rockcastle Water Association customers to Kentucky American Water,” said Nick Rowe, president of Kentucky American Water. “Our company will bring to the community 24-hour customer service for water service emergencies, unique water system expertise, a...

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2018 Ripple Effect Scholarship Applications Available arrow

February 08, 2018

Kentucky American Water has announced that applications are now being accepted for the company’s 2018 Ripple Effect Scholarship Program. The program, now in its 16th year, offers one-time, $500 scholarships to high school seniors who demonstrate strong academic performance, a commitment to environmental stewardship and plan to pursue studies in an environmental-related or engineering field. Three scholarships will be awarded this year.   Read more...      

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Kentucky American Water Science Fair is Feb. 3arrow

February 01, 2018

Approximately 700 Fayette County public, private and home-school students in grades four through 12 will compete in the 34th Annual Kentucky American Water Science Fair coordinated by Fayette County Public Schools on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Bryan Station High School in Lexington.  Read more.

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2018 Environmental Grant Program Applications Availablearrow

January 26, 2018

Kentucky American Water is now accepting applications for the 2018 American Water Environmental Grant Program. Grant awards will be available to organizations in Kentucky American Water’s service territory, which includes portions of 12 counties: Bourbon, Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Gallatin, Grant, Harrison, Jessamine, Owen, Nicholas, Scott and Woodford. Learn more here.

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