City Hall Office (Utility Payments)
71 Public Square
PO Box 578
Elkton, KY 42220
Office hours: 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday
Wastewater Treatment Plant (Utility Maintenance)
304 Weathers Avenue
PO Box 578
Elkton, KY 42220
Hours of Operation: 7:00AM-3:30PM, Monday through Friday
Utility/Street Department Staff
Chris Orr, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Charlie Riley, Maintenance
Josh Reynolds, Maintenance
Justin Moberly, Maintenance
Chris Brady, Maintenance
Raymond Williams, Street Cleaner
John Service, Animal Control
The City of Elkton operates a water distribution system and sewer treatment facility. The monthly utility bill consists of a charge for water usage, sewer usage, and solid waste collection. The City contracts with Waste Management for residential garbage collection.
Utility bills are typically mailed on the 23rd of each month and are due on the 7th of the following month. If the bill remains unpaid after the 7th, a 10% penalty will be charged to the bill. If the bill remains unpaid by 9:30 AM on the 16th of the month, a $50 service charge will be added to the bill and the utility service will be disconnected.
All customers are required to pay a deposit to establish utility service. The deposit is $175.00 for a renter and $100.00 for a property owner. The city reserves the right to require a copy of the rental agreement to establish a customer is a renter and not the property owner. There is also a nonrefundable service charge of $25.00 that is due upon establishing service.
While the city operates and maintains a water distribution system, we purchase treated water from the Logan-Todd Regional Water Commission. Logan-Todd receives its water from the Cumberland River near Clarksville, Tennessee. The plant has the capacity to produce 20 million gallons per day of treated water. It is projected that will meet the needs of this area for the next 50 years. Current estimates requires the plant to produce approximately 11 million gallons of water per day.
CURRENT WATER RATES
Water – Inside City Limits:
0 to 2,000 Gallons – $ 23.00 minimum bill
Next 8,000 – $ 12.05 per 1,000 gallons
Next 10,000 – $ 10.95 per 1,000 gallons
Next 20,000 – $ 9.58 per 1,000 gallons
Over 40,000 – $ 7.94 per 1,000 gallons
Water – Outside City Limits:
First 2,000 Gallons – $ 26.02 minimum bill
Next 8,000 – $ 13.61 per 1,000 gallons
Next 10,000 – $ 12.16 per 1,000 gallons
Next 20,000 – $ 10.69 per 1,000 gallons
Over 40,000 – $ 8.91 per 1,000 gallons
Private Fire Service Lines:
Per Fire Hydrant – $25.00 per month
Sprinkler Heads up to 600 – $25.00 per month
Sprinkler Heads – $.04 per head over 600
5.8′ Meter – $750
1″ Meter – $1,200
All other meters – Actual cost
The city owns and operates a sewage treatment plant and collection system. The plant was constructed in 1987 and is located on the southeast side of town along Elk Fork Creek. In 2009, the city completed a project to not only upgrade the facility, but also increase the plants capacity.
CURRENT SEWER RATES:
0 to 2,000 Gallons – $ 33.42 minimum charge
2,001 and over Gallons – $ 8.09 per 1,000 gallons
All Sewer Taps – $900.00
Connect/General Service Charge – $25.00
Connect/General Service Charge After Hours – $45.00
Non-Payment Fee – $50.00
Reconnect Non-Payment Fee After Hours – $75.00
Returned Check – $35.00
Fire Hydrant Meter Charge – $25.00
Reconnect After Illegally Reconnecting – $250.00
RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE PICK-UP
The City of Elkton also provides weekly curbside garbage pick-up for each resident. The City contracts with Waste Management, who provides each resident with a container and picks up garbage every Friday morning. All containers should be placed curbside Thursday night to guarantee pick up. The rate for garbage pick up is $9.77 per container per month.
This fee also covers a once a year “spring cleanup” that allows residents to place certain large junk items to the curb to be picked up and hauled off. Look for announcements on our website for dates of these events, but it is generally in April each year.
The Utility expressly reserves the right to disconnect, confiscate unauthorized devices, and/or discontinue service or any other connection with or without notice where the Utility discovers, finds or is otherwise made aware of any such installation that poses a threat to the supply, public health or public safety.
Supply – the utility cannot guarantee uninterrupted service and will not be responsible for any claims arising out of the failure to deliver continuous service.