Bluegrass Water, a Division of Central States Water Resources, Acquires New Water and Wastewater Systems in Kentucky

FRANKFORT, KY (June 23, 2021) – The Kentucky Public Service Commission has approved Bluegrass Water Utility Operating Company’s acquisition of four additional water and wastewater systems in Kentucky. 

“We appreciate the Commission’s support of our proven abilities to deliver access to clean, safe and reliable water and wastewater services to Kentucky residents,” said Josiah Cox, President of Bluegrass Water, a division of Central States Water Resources (CSWR). “We recognize the critical importance of water to the health of all Kentuckians.”

The acquisition includes systems in Delaplain (Scott County), Herrington Haven (Garrard County), Springcrest (Jessamine County) and Woodland Acres (Bullitt County). 

Since 2019, Bluegrass Water has invested more than $5 million in water and wastewater infrastructure across the state.

Bluegrass Water currently serves more than 3,500 customers across the Commonwealth with its four water and 19 wastewater systems in Kentucky. 


Founded in 2014, Central States Water Resources (CSWR) is one of the fifteen largest investor-owned utilities in the United States. In 2019 – 2020 alone, CSWR invested more than $70 million to acquire and transform critical water infrastructure using technology and innovation to bring safe, reliable, and environmentally responsible water resources to more than 120,000 customers across Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. Learn more about CSWR at


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