Paducah Water will be closing a section of North 21st Street from Clay Street to Madison Street to install a new water main crossing the roadway. This work is expected to begin at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, May 9 and last through the afternoon of Thursday, May 11. Local access to residents will be maintained; however, through traffic will be required to find an alternate route.
This project is part of the Harrison Street Water Main Replacement Project.
If you have a question, contact Paducah Water Engineering Manager Jacob Northington at 270-444-5560 or jnorthingtonpwwky.com.
Paducah Water is a municipally owned water treatment and distribution utility. We have served Paducah, McCracken County and the surrounding area for more than 130 years by providing clean, clear water. Our treatment facility can produce nearly 20 million gallons of water per day and consistently meets or beats state regulatory requirements for water treatment.