Water Main Flushing Underway


MONDAY, April 22: The areas included in today’s scheduled water main flushing are: Kenosha Hills area, Epworth medical area, Arbor Pointe Subdivision, Telephone/Bell area, Jenner to Plank, Woodfield Subdivision, Heim Rd to Baugh Dr & the area north of Heim Rd. If your subdivision isn’t specifically listed, but you experience any of the below problems and are in proximity to any of the areas listed, you may be affected by the flushing activities. For more details, click here.

(812) 925 6882



Billing Office                                      Maintenance Facility
401 E. Lincoln Avenue                        101 Constitution Court
Chandler, IN 47610                             Chandler, IN 47610
(812) 925-6882 | Email                       (812) 925-6213 | Email

From its humble beginnings of serving a few hundred homes in the early 1950s, Chandler Water has emerged as one of the larger water systems in the area. Spread across three townships, the Chandler Water system today provides quality water to nearly 7,000 residential, industrial and commercial customers. Through interconnects, Chandler also has the ability to provide support to its neighboring water systems in Boonville, Elberfeld, and Evansville, if the need arises.

Pulling water from underground wells, Chandler’s state-of-the-art Water Treatment Facility near the Ohio River provides nearly 5 million gallons per day pumping capacity. Five water towers provide the department with nearly 2.5 million gallons in storage.

Technology and SCADA systems are used to provide 24/7 monitoring of the Water Treatment Facility, water towers and distribution system. In addition, Chandler Water implemented a new metering system in 2012 that utilizes wireless technology to more effectively read meters, detect problems, and provide customers with a better picture of their overall water consumption.

Find more information about our system on our  Water Quality page, get information about rates and applying for new services on our Water Rates & Applications page, or explore answers to common questions on our FAQ page.

Contractors can find water main development information in our manual for Water Main Design and Construction Standards.