Welcome to the City of Grayson Utilities Commission web site.

Here you will find information on the services offered by the Utilities Commission, our billing policies, answers to frequently asked questions, and important announcements (i.e. boil water advisories).

The site also provides easy access to printable forms (i.e. new service form, bill adjustment form) and our annual water quality reports. These forms and reports can be found by choosing a service from the appropriate link on the Services page.


 If you have questions about an advisory, please call the Utility Office at 474-7569 (before 4:00pm on weekdays) or the Grayson Water Treatment Plant at 474-5731 (after 4:00pm and during weekends). 



*Only active advisories are shown. If you were previously under an advisory and it's no longer posted, it has been lifted.




April is National Safe Digging Month

Join us by calling 811 BEFORE you dig!

HOMEOWNERS as well as Contractors!

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 National Safe Digging Month

Utility Commission Meeting

The Grayson Utilities Commission will hold their monthly meeting Friday April 25, 2014 at 12:00 PM at the William J. Lewis Utility Maintenance Building. As always, the public is invited to attend.


Holiday Closings

The Grayson Utilities Commission will be closed on the following holidays for 2012:

  • New Years - January 1, 2014
  • Good Friday - April 18, 2014
  • Memorial Day - May 26, 2014
  • Independence Day - July 4, 2014
  • Labor Day - September 1, 2014
  • Veterans Day - November 11, 2014
  • Thanksgiving Day and Day After - November 27 & 28, 2014
  • Christmas - December 23, 2014 (Close at 1:00 pm), Closed December 24 & 25, 2014 
  • New Years - January 1, 2015


The Sewerline extension going to the Damron Mayo Subdivision is complete, although cleanup and restoration still continues.  Every house along the path of the new sewer line is required to receive a tap.  There is no tap fee for a sewer tap on this line, however, you do need to go to the Little Sandy District Health Dept. at the Carter County Court House for a plumbing permit ($35).  You will also be responsible for the cost of laying your sewer line from your house to the stub out of the tap.  The New Sewer Line is now ready to be hooked up to.  

As of November 1, 2012, you are now being charged for sewer on your utility bill.   The Out-of-Town sewer rates are based on water consumption. The base rate is $17.05 for the first 1,000 gallons and $7.21 for every 1,000 gallons thereafter.

If you have any questions regarding the new sewerline extension, please call the Utility Office at 606-474-7569, M-F 8:00-4:00.





(August 27, 2009) Representatives of Kentucky’s public drinking water and wastewater utilities gathered for the Kentucky Rural Water Association’s (KRWA) 30th Annual Conference and Exhibition August 24 – 26, 2009 in Lexington, Kentucky.   Over 700 utility professionals gathered at the Hyatt Regency and Lexington Convention Center to join the Association in “Celebrating Thirty Years” of service to Kentucky’s utilities.

On Tuesday, August 25, 2009, Grayson Utilities Commission was among ten water and wastewater utilities recognized and honored at the Member Appreciation Breakfast for their outstanding service during the past year.  Each year, ten finalists, that have shown exceptional efforts in meeting the needs of their communities, enhancing their operations, and complying with regulatory requirements, are recognized.  The Wooden Bucket Award is presented to a water and/or wastewater utility that has made substantial and lasting improvements in providing high levels of customer service and high quality drinking water and wastewater services in its community. Other finalists included Edmonson County Water District, Judy Water Association, Lyon County Water District, Monticello Utility Commission, City of New Haven, North Mercer Water District, Paintsville City Utilities, Southeastern Water Association, and Warren County Water District.  The winner of the 2009 Wooden Bucket Award was Warren County Water District. 

The Kentucky Rural Water Association is a state-wide, non-profit association that provides training, on-site technical assistance, advocacy, and other services to all utilities, including over 375 member public drinking water and wastewater utilities, in Kentucky.  With offices in Bowling Green and Frankfort, KRWA has been fulfilling its mission of helping water and wastewater utilities help themselves since 1979.


Contact Information:       Pamela Byrd                                                     

                                    Kentucky Rural Water Association

                                    P.O. Box 1424

                                    Bowling Green, KY  42102-1424

                                    Phone:    270-843-2291

                                    Fax:       270-796-8623

                                    Email:      p.byrd@krwa.org



Articles of Interest

Tap Water vs. Bottled Water

Changes in Water Pressure

Water Issues: Myth vs.Reality

Avoid Sewer Backups

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