Today the Kentucky Municipal Utilities Association (KMUA) represents 45 city-owned utilities which provide the essential services of electric power, water, wastewater, natural gas and telecommunication services. KMUA takes pride in providing low-cost, efficient and reliable services to locally owned and operated utilities governed by city officials or independent utility boards appointed by city officials.
KMUA supports reasonable safety and environmental rules and regulations which protect the public health while allowing utilities to meet the needs of their customers at realistic cost.
KMUA opposes any action, legislative or administrative, which would curb, limit, or remove local control of the operations of municipal utilities from their citizen owners.
Please take a few minutes to look through the KMUA web site to see what KMUA is all about. Then, if you feel as strongly about Kentucky as we do, download the current application and join the members and associates around Kentucky who are already making their voices heard in the Bluegrass!
Eligible Associate members are any entity whose affairs are related to the electric generation, distribution and transmission systems; water, wastewater and storm water systems; solid waste systems; natural gas distribution systems; and cable, broadband and telecommunications systems.
There a multiple ways you can help ensure Kentuckians have a voice in the future of their utilities. Please click the following link to learn more about these opportunities and to support KMUA and Kentucky.
KMUA members are the managers of city owned utilities, established by statute or ordinance, providing essential services to over one million Kentuckians.