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3400 Bittel Road
Owensboro, KY 42301
8:00AM – 5:00PM
To provide safe and reliable water service to the customers of Daviess County in order to promote and protect the health of the community at the most efficient and economic cost possible.
The Southeast Daviess County Water District and the West Daviess County Water District received approval from the Kentucky Public Service Commission to merge together to form the Daviess County Water District effective January 1, 2021. As a result, this site; www.daviesswater.org, was developed combining the previously utilized www.southeastdaviesswater.org and www.westdaviesswater.org sites. The previous sites are currently being routed into this site.
The Daviess County Water District purchases potable water from Owensboro Municipal Utilities who draw the water from an underground aquifer located along US Highway 60 East. The Daviess County Water District then pump the water to customers of Daviess County.
Over 13,000 water meters
Pumping capacity of approximately seven million gallons per day
Water tank storage of four million gallons
Approximately 490 miles of waterlines of various sizes.
Over 1,050 fire hydrants
Meter Reading / Monitoring Capability
SCADA technology is used to provide 24/7 monitoring of the water distribution system. The Daviess County Water District has a touch read metering system as well as installed wireless technology enabling remote meter reading capable of faster and more effective leak detection that will provide customers with a better picture of their overall water consumption on a daily basis.