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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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Heritage Apartments Concrete Meter Vault Bid

Chemical Bid

Sodium Hypochlorite Bid

Arlington Place, Franklin Avenue, and
Toni Terrace Water Main Replacement

Sub-District I Water Main Extension Project along Bird Rd and/or Northcutt Rd

Asphalt Restoration Milling and Paving For The Districts Service Area

HVAC Preventative Maintenance

36 and 24 Inch Project Materials Bid

South Newport Tank Rehabilitation

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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.

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

NKWD Water Treatment Plants Recognized for Superior Performance

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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