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Water Department

Water Hauling Station
Bulk Water Distribution Station

Water Division

The Water Division provides many essential services such as maintaining water wells and distribution systems, water treatment and provides inspection services for new connections.

Water Distribution Building
Water Disinfectant Building

Our water is groundwater.  It is obtained through three wells located along the Little Miami River. It is constantly monitored and tested using EPA-approved procedures for purity and quality. From time to time we will flush fire hydrants or make repairs that might cause some discoloration in your water. In the event you experience a loss of water or water pressure, it would be advisable to let the water run until it is clear before doing laundry.

Bulk Water Distribution Station

Bulk water can be purchased at the distribution station located at 434 S. Main (Behind BP).  Purchasers will need a credit card and can select several options for different gallonages.  The current price is $5.50 for 1,000 gallons.

Brian Keith
Brian Keith

Brian Keith - was hired in October 2022 as one of the Village's Water Operators. Brian Keith attended Blanchester High School where he graduated in 2009. Soon after high school, he started working in Water and Wastewater Treatment. Brian has run several Water Treatment plants over the past few years and has been in Water Treatment for over 10 years. He currently holds a Water Supply 2 License (WS2-1127559) and a Wastewater 1 License (WW1-1127559).  Brian is always looking to further his education. He loves Waynesville and hopes to make Waynesville his permanent home. 

Jack Kilburn
Jack Kilburn

Jack Kilburn - was hired on April 1, 2024, as a Water Operator for the Village. He comes to the Village with 6 years of water experience and is currently holding a Class 2 Water Supply License (WS2-20119736-23). Jack graduated from Little Miami High School. He is married with two sons whom he spends most of his free time with. He also enjoys coaching football, hunting, fishing, and golfing. 

The Waste Water Treatment Plant is now owned and operated by Warren County.

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