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Water Quality Reports

Find Your Water Quality Report

To learn more about the water quality in your area, either click on the link below to search for your water system by zip code or simply scroll down and find your water system by name. You will find two files for each system. The first is a Basic Water Quality Summary that includes the water quality information that customers most commonly request. If you want more information, we invite you to view the Detailed Water Quality Report (also called the Consumer Confidence Report or CCR) that contains more information including where the water comes from, any contaminants that were detected, and additional educational information.

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Central Division - Fayette & Surround Counties - Basic Water Quality Summary

Central Division - Fayette & Surrounding Counties - Detailed Water Quality Report (CCR)

 

Central Division - Ford Hampton - Basic Water Quality Summary

Central Division - Ford Hampton - Detailed Water Quality Report (CCR)

 

Central Division - Millersburg - Basic Water Quality Summary

Central Division - Millersburg - Detailed Water Quality Report (CCR)

 

Northern Division - Basic Water Quality Summary

Northern Division - Carroll - Basic Water Quality Summary

Northern Division - Glencoe - Basic Water Quality Summary

Northern Division - Corinth - Basic Water Quality Summary

Northern Division - Detailed Water Quality Report (CCR)

Water Quality Fact Sheets

Kentucky American Water has created the following fact sheets to help describe certain water quality subjects. These one- and two-page sheets focus on a variety of water quality questions customers often have.

Lead and Drinking Water

Tap Water's Taste and Smell

The Water Treatment Process

Preventing Cross Connections

Discolored Water

My Water Looks Cloudy

Annual Water Main Flushing

How Hard is Your Water

What to do with Unused Medicine