City Hall Office (Utility Payments)
111 South Main Street
P.O. Box 72
Trenton, Kentucky 42286
Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday through Thursday
Utility Department Staff:
Benn Andrew Stahl, Water and Wastewater Superintendent
Nick Caldwell, Part-time
Eric Gowan, Part-time
Randy Stewart, Part-time
The City of Trenton operates a water distribution system and sewage treatment facility. The monthly utility bill consists of a charge for water usage and sewer usage.
Utility bills are typically mailed by the 20th of each month and are due on the 10th of the following month. If the bill remains unpaid after the 10th, a 10% penalty will be charged to the bill. If the bill remains unpaid on the 26th of the month, a $50 service charge will be added to the bill and the utility service will be disconnected.
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.