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Waterville Downtown Project Open House

on Jun 17 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District (KWD) is planning for a significant water main replacement project in downtown Waterville in 2020.  KWD’s goal is to complete most of the water main replacement work before the other downtown Waterville revitalization work is started.  KWD is partnering with the City of Waterville and the Maine Department of Transportation to hold an Open House on June 26, 2019 from 4 to 6 pm to provide information to interested parties.  Details of the Open House can be found on the City of Waterville’s website at: http://www.waterville-me.gov/waterville-build-grant-project-open-house-june-26/

See the following image to see the affected areas:

Project Map

If you own, lease or rent property within the project area, we strongly encourage you to attend this open house.

If you are unable to attend the open house and want additional information, please contact Roger Crouse, KWD General Manager, at 207-872-2763 or rcrouse@kennebecwater.org.

2018 Water Quality Report Now Available!

on May 30 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District is pleased to provide our annual water quality report known as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for 2018. The report provides a brief narrative about the District, the District’s water supply, and water quality information from the previous year. To access the report please click here. If you have any questions about the report please let us know.



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NOTICE: Hydrant Flushing

on May 10 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District will perform routine maintenance of the water system by opening fire hydrants May 13th through June 14, 2019. This work improves water quality by flushing sediment out of the water lines. Your drinking water may be discolored during this period. If any discoloration persists more than 24 hours, please call the Kennebec Water District office at 872-2763.

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Employment Opportunities

on Feb 27 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District is seeking candidates to fill both a Maintenance Supervisor position based in Waterville and a Director of Water Quality position in Vassalboro. The successful candidates must be able to display an exceptional work ethic, strong technical skills, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. These are salaried, professional positions offering a competitive wage and benefit package. Please see the employment sectionof our website for more information. 

New Job Posted

on Jan 28 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District is seeking candidates to fill a Director of Technology position based at 6 Cool Street in Waterville. The successful candidate must be able to display an exceptional work ethic, strong technical skills, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team. This is a salaried, professional position offering a competitive wage and benefit package. Please see the employment section of our website for more information.

Offices Closing Early on December 7

on Dec 07 in News posted by


Kennebec Water District’s offices will be closing at 11:30am today (12/7) for a company-wide meeting and training session. As always, bills can be paid on our website and emergencies can be reported by calling 872-2763.

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SOQ’s for New Operations Center

on Nov 07 in News posted by

Kennebec Water District (KWD) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from firms interested in providing professional services related to site screening and conceptual design of a new operations center (garage and maintenance facilities, employee offices, material storage and other facilities) including needs assessment, location evaluation/siting, conceptual design and cost estimating. Click here for more information.

RFQ’s for Communications Plan

on Oct 10 in News posted by

Kennebec Water District (KWD) is seeking qualified firm to develop and execute a public communication plan including rebranding, redevelopment of the KWD web page, establishment and maintenance of a presence on social media, and other assistance as needed to communicate the value of water, the need for continuing capital investment, and the importance of a safe and reliable supply of drinking water to the economic vitality and public health of the communities served. Click here for more information.

Water Main Break in Shawmut

on Oct 05 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District has repaired the water main break in Shawmut and water has been restored. We thank you for your patience in this matter.

Fall Flushing Has Begun!

on Sep 24 in News posted by

The Kennebec Water District will perform routine maintenance of the water system by opening fire hydrants September 20th through October 26th. This work improves water quality by flushing sediment out of the water lines. Your drinking water may be discolored during this period. If any discoloration persists more than 24 hours please call us at 872-2763.