Welcome to LaGuardo Utility District


LaGuardo Utility District currently serves more than 10,300 residents in Wilson County, Tennessee.

L.U.D. has been serving customers in this area since 1976.

Current News


Updated December 8, 2017

LaGuardo Utility District will be closed from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Wednesday, December 13th.


Updated August 29, 2017

The new raw water source project is still ongoing at this time.  The transmission main portion of the project, that runs to the Water Treatment Plant, is now complete.  The last phase of the project is underway but is behind a few months.  We are shooting for some time shortly after the first of the year now.  In addition to providing the district with ample water to meet our future needs, the water from this source contains less calcium and magnesium than our current source, which should decrease the hardness of the district’s water once the water from our new source is available to LaGuardo’s customers.  

Updated July 10, 2017

Effective July 14, 2017, the amount of water allowed with a minimum bill has decreased from 2,000 gallons at $18.79 to 1,500 gallons at $18.79.

Updated May 1, 2017

Our new raw water source project is going very well.  We are getting close to completing the transmission main to the Water Treatment Plant.  We still have one more phase to complete before it will be online to serve our customers but we are still shooting for sometime this summer.  In addition to providing the district with ample water to meet our future needs, the water from this source contains less calcium and magnesium than our current source, which should decrease the hardness of the district’s water once the water from our new source is available to LaGuardo’s customers.  

Updated February 1, 2017

Because of the rapid growth in Wilson County, LaGuardo Utility District has undertaken the development of additional water supply sources to better serve our growing customer base.

In early 2016, we located a new water source that should be able to serve the district’s needs for many years to come. Construction has begun on a water line that will bring this water to our treatment plant, and the new water line and equipment should be in service sometime this summer.

In addition to providing the district with ample water to meet our future needs, the water from this source contains less calcium and magnesium than our current source, which should decrease the hardness of the district’s water once the water from our new source is available to LaGuardo’s customers.  

Updated July 27, 2016

Warning:  It has come to our attention that there is a website called "doxo.com" that is giving the impression on the internet that they are affiliated with LaGuardo Utility District.  They are NOT affiliated with LaGuardo Utility District.  After giving your personal and credit card information, they will pay your water bill but only for a fee.  LaGuardo Utility District does not charge a fee for any payments collected in person, over the phone, or directly through the LaGuardo Utility District's website.

Updated May 20, 2016
Recently, we have been made aware of several LaGuardo Utility customers who have received an automated phone call claiming that their water bill has not been paid and they must pay it now to avoid disconnection of service.  LaGuardo Utility District NEVER places automated calls.  Any call that you receive from LaGuardo will be a live person either speaking directly to you or leaving a personal message.  We always introduce ourselves as being with LaGuardo Utility District.  If you do receive one of these automated phone calls that is not from us, please call our office at 615-444-3378 immediately to report it!


Updated February 3, 2016

ServLine is our new residential leak protection program.  Please call them at 615-470-0191 to opt out of the program or if you have any questions.

Updated May 20, 2015

LaGuardo Utility District now has online bill pay!  You must have your most recent bill to register the very first time.

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