We take great pride in providing water for homes and business throughout Oldham County. Clean, safe drinking water is a foundation of healthy vibrant communities, and we are committed to ensuring these services are affordable and available to our customers now and in the future. Our commitment also includes planning, construction, and maintenance to ensure our facilities are continuously meeting our customers’ needs. We believe being good stewards of our natural resources is not only a choice, but an obligation.
Our mission is to work with the residents of the District with pride. Keeping our customers’ best interest in mind by making sure we provide safe, potable water and services at the lowest possible cost. The Oldham County Water District will continue to pursue improving techniques for treatment, distribution, and collection to ensure continued growth in our community, a healthier environment, and a better future for our children.
With a diverse blend of residential, agricultural, commercial, industrial, governmental, and wholesale customers, the Oldham County Water District serves approx. 8300 water meters to a population of over 35,000 people including the LaGrange Utilities Commission and the Kentucky State Reformatory. In 2017 we produced 1,352,000,000 gallons of water, an average of 3.705 million gallons per day. We consider it an honor to be your water service provider. We are committed to providing clean safe potable drinking water at affordable rates, and ensuring it’s available for our children in the future.
The District is overseen by a 5 member board of commissioners appointed by the Oldham County Judge Executive. The current board members are Chairperson J. W. Hall III– Local Business Owner and Insurance Agent, Vice-Chairperson Jody Curry – Attorney / Local Business Owner, Treasurer Robert Durbin – Accountant / CPA, Secretary Jason Greer – Local Business Owner, Commissioner Mel Milburn – Professional Engineer. Oldham County is a great place to grow up, live, and raise children. The reputation of life here is beyond compare to anywhere in the country, and we want to keep it that way by providing you with unequaled quality service and our most valuable natural resource “water”.
Russell D. Rose Chief Executive Officer Oldham County Water District