About WWUD

Welcome to the West Wilson Utility District! We currently serve more than 30,000 customers in the western part of Wilson County, Tennessee since 1957.

Hours and Location of Operation:  Monday- Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, with the exception of Holidays, at 10960 Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122.

West Wilson Utility District is a governmental entity established under Tennessee law and administered by a board of three commissioners who are appointed by the Wilson County Mayor to serve four-year terms.  State law requires commissioners to obtain twelve hours of continuing education within three-year periods on topics like cybersecurity, fraud awareness, and fiscal stewardship.  Similar to other private and public sector boards of directors, the West Wilson Utility District Board of Commissioners sets the direction of the District with a focus on oversight and ethics, policy formation, fiduciary responsibility, and a strong partnership with the District’s General Manager.

Water utility services provided by governmental entities are regulated by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) and the Tennessee Board of Utility Regulation (TBOUR)—TDEC’s focus is water quality and TBOUR’s focus is utility financial health.

West Wilson Utility District Board of Commissioners and Staff understand the importance of both environmental and financial health.  The District has an outstanding track record of compliance with environmental requirements as well as maintaining a credit rating of AA from S&P Global Ratings.

We are responsible for delivering safe and dependable water to consumers.  Safe and dependable water is essential to sustaining the health, safety and general welfare of our community and the protection of our drinking water sources is critical to both the community and the water providers serving our community.  Ground and surface water sources are vulnerable to a variety of contaminants from a variety of activities within our water supply watersheds.  These activities include residential, commercial, industrial and other urban development, agriculture, forestry, mining, wildlife, and public access.

Source Water Protection helps to prevent the pollution of the lakes, rivers, streams, springs and ground water that serve as sources of drinking water and helps guide the process of managing activities in watersheds that can minimize adverse effects on water quality.  Source Water Protection also can generate savings by avoiding costs of additional water treatment or cleanup, supply replacement and damage associated with contaminated source water.

Source Water Protection requires the special attention of the entire community, its governments, residents, business and industry.  We all need to be committed to pollution prevention within watersheds, to continual improvement in addressing Source Water Protection needs and to actions that meet or exceed Federal and State Source Water Protection requirements, and to build awareness of drinking water sources.

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