Indian Hill Water Works is owned and operated by the Village
of Indian Hill. The Water Works provides water supply and
distribution maintenance service to Indian Hill, Terrace
Park, Camp Dennison, approximately half of Madeira, and
portions of Montgomery, Milford, Symmes Township and Columbia
The Water Works was established in 1949 with the construction of the plant on State Route 126. Water is pumped
from wells on the Little Miami aquifer and softened. Chlorine
is added for disinfection, fluoride is added for dental
health, and zinc orthophosphate is added for corrosion
Special Notice-Water Works Billing Error
Please disregard the water bill from Indian Hill Water Works dated July 13, 2018 you may have recently received. We inadvertently billed the April meter reading/usage, instead of the correct July reading. We have removed those bills and re-billed the correct usage/amount. We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience. The corrected bills are dated July 16, 2018 and should be delivered soon.
If you have any questions, please call the Indian Hill Water Works billing office at 561-6679. Thank you for your understanding,
With events in Flint, Michigan brining attention to lead in drinking water, basic facts about that situation and what Indian Hill does to prevent it from occuring are available here.
The Indian Hill Water Works publishes an annual Water Quality Report
for informational purposes. This document outlines the characteristics
of the water, and is available by contacting the Water Works Billing
Office at (513) 561-6679, or by clicking here to
download the PDF file.
Annual Water Rate Review
The Water Works and Finance Committee members have held three readings on an ordinance that applies a 5.0% increase to all water rates that will begin on July 1, 2016 and a 5% increase that begins on July 1, 2017. The ordinance also includes a provision that, for the foreseeable future, a similar increase most likely will be implemented on an annual basis for the next ten years. Read more...
The Indian Hill Water Works is currently formulating a Wellhead Protection
Program under the direction of the Ohio EPA. The intent of this Program
is to identify potential sources of contamination, formulate emergency
contingency plans should contamination occur, and initiate regulatory
measures to avoid contamination.
One time payments can be made
or you can sign up for payments to
be deducted from your bank account
on their due date automatically. Click here for more information.
The following is a list of contacts within the Indian Hill Water Works.
and Customer Service
Tiffany French, Scott Gully 561-6679
Water Leaks (during business hours)
Jason Adkins 831-3885
Water Leaks (after business hours)
Indian Hill Rangers 561-7000
Frank Bell 831-3885
Water Works Administration
Jason Adkins 831-3885
E-mail: Jason Adkins