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New Terms and Conditions for 2022

The Kennebec Water District (KWD) Board of Trustees and the Maine Public Utilities Commission have approved revisions to KWD’s Terms and Conditions of service. The revised Terms and Conditions went into effect on January 3, 2022. Changes include updated fees and modifications to metering and backflow procedures. These revisions do not impact water rates. Please see them by clicking here.

Our Source Water

The Kennebec Water District has used China Lake as its source of supply since 1905. China lake, covering an area of 6.1 square miles and a maximum depth of 85 feet, holds about 31.7 billion gallons of fresh water at any given time and provides more than enough capacity year around. The intake is in the West Basin of the lake which is largely undeveloped due to the Kennebec Water District’s management of these lands for over 100 years. Click below to find out more.

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Wondering how to pay your bill or what to do if you have dirty water? Please head over to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for more information. If you think there's something that should be on the FAQ that you don't see there now please let us know.

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The next regular meeting of the Kennebec Water District Board of Trustees will be held on Thursday, August 18, 2022, at 7:30 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Kennebec Water District's Business Office located at 6 Cool Street in Waterville. Remote attendance via Zoom may also be available. Please contact the Kennebec Water District's Business Office at 872-2763 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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Kennebec Water District supplies high quality drinking water to a population of 22,500 people within the communities of Waterville, Fairfield, Vassalboro, Benton, and Oakland through the use of 4 pumping stations and more than 170 miles of buried water mains. ... See MoreSee Less
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