Date Lifted: 8/13/2020
Time Lifted: 11:50 a.m.
Please be advised that the BOIL WATER ADVISORY For: Starting at Jackson County High School Road to McCammon Ridge Road, including Gray Hawk Park Road and Clifton Lane. Macedonia Road, Pilgrims Rest Road, Turkey Foot Road, Highway 421 North starting at the Junction of Highway 89 S (Indian Creek) & Highway 421 North and ending at the Birch Lick Baptist Church. has been lifted.
Test results show no bacteria present in the water and you no longer need to boil your water. For more information contact Sammy Creech at the Jackson County Water Association. (606) 287-7000.
"Voting for the 2020 JCWA Board of Directors will take place on Wednesday September 2 from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Thursday September 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the office of Melissa Jan Williamson 140 Water Street McKee. Anyone who is unable to leave their vehicle due to physical limitations or COVID-19 concerns may call 287-5223 during these hours and will be met at their vehicle by masked personnel to enable them to vote. Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic and concern for JCWA members, personnel, and the citizens of Jackson County, the annual meeting will be attended by Board members and essential personnel only. Any member who wishes the annual financial information given at the annual meeting will be provided that information upon request."
As we continue to monitor the situation surrounding Corona Virus (COVID-19), Jackson County Water Association has made the decision to close the lobbies of the offices and the water plant effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
In efforts to limit face-to-face contact and prevent spreading the virus, visitors will be asked to reschedule and will not be allowed in buildings unless it is an emergency effective March 17, 2020. Our lobbies and the water plant will be closed to the general public and all payments must be handled by the options listed below:
Payments may be made during office hours ONLY Monday-Friday 8:00– 4:30 by the following options:
We understand these changes may be inconvenient, so we greatly appreciate your patience and flexibility during this challenging time. We feel this preventative measure will greatly reduce the risk for both our members and employees.
As we move forward, rest assured that all Jackson County Water Association employees will continue to work diligently with our members to resolve any issues that may arise. Field crews will continue to respond to service calls and normal daily operations should not be affected as all employees are continuing to work.
If you have any questions about our payments or other business issues, please call us at (606) 287-7000.
**WHEN PAYING YOUR BILL ONLINE PLEASE REMEMBER IT COULD TAKE 24-48 HOURS TO POST**
Kentucky Public Service Commission-View Case Filings 2017-00182 on link below:
Jackson County Water Association Monthly Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 7:00p.m. at the Jackson County Water office.