Our Mission​
To work with the residents of the District with pride. Keeping our customers best interest in mind by making sure we provide safe , potable water and service at the lowest possible cost. Bullock Pen Water District will continue to pursue improving techniques for treatment, distribution, and collection to ensure continued growth in our community, a healthier environment, and better future for our children. 

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Phone:          859-428-2112
Fax:               859-428-1293
Emergency:  859-428-1235
“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
2021 Holidays Observed

Monday, January 18 - Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday
One-half day, Friday, April 2 - Good Friday
Monday, May 31 - Memorial Day
Monday, July 5 - Independence Day
Monday, September 6 - Labor Day
Thursday, November 11 - Veterans Day
Thursday & Friday, November 25-26 - Thanksgiving
Thursday & Friday, December 23-24 - Christmas
Thursday & Friday, December 30-31 - New Year's

2021 Board Meeting Schedule
Unless otherwise stated, the Commissioners of the Bullock Pen Water District will meet in regular session pursuant to law and rules of said commission on the third Thursday of the month at 1:00pm, January- 

Bullock Pen Wins the AWOP award 4 years in a row!

​Bullock Pen has received special recognition from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet's Division of Water for meeting the goals of the Kentucky's Area-Wide Optimization Program (AWOP) from 2017- 2020.  

The purpose of the AWOP is to encourage drinking water systems to voluntarily achieve optimization goals that are more stringent than current regulations.  AWOP promotes improving the operation of existing facilities rather than implementing costly capital improvements.  In doing so, the program provides tools and approaches for drinking water systems to meet water quality optimization goals and provide an increased and sustainable level of public health protection to customers.

In particular, the program emphasizes the reduction of turbidity and disinfection by-products through the drinking water treatment process.  Turbidity, or cloudiness, is a measurement of particles in water including soil, algae, bacteria, viruses and other substances.  Disinfection by-products are formed when Chlorine, which is used for disinfection, reacts with organic material found in the source water.
Dianne Cook and Aaron Caldwell being presented with the AWOP award from the Divison of Water.

Please click the green "Pay Here" link in order to pay your water bill.  You may also register to set your account up for paperless billing and recurring payments at that link as well.  See the "Online Payment FAQs" for more information.

Call the office if you would like to have your payment automatically deducted from your checking account.  If you call the office and have it set up, there is not a fee.  If it gets set 
up online, there is $1.95 charge per transaction.

COVID 19  Information

2020 Water Quality Report
Please click here to view the report or visit for important information regarding your Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. Call 859-428-2112 to request a printed copy.  A Multilingual/Spanish translated copy of the CCR will be available upon request.)

OFFICE HOURS:  8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday  DRIVE THRU HOURS:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Grant County Sanitary Sewer District is accepting bids for an Equalization Basin.  For more information on the project and specifications of the bid process please visit the Grant County Sanitary Sewer District website.