Welcome to LaGuardo Utility District


LaGuardo Utility District currently serves more than 12,300 residents in Wilson County, Tennessee.

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

Current News

January 12, 2024

TIPS TO KEEP YOUR PIPES FROM FREEZING

 

The water inside pipes can freeze within hours if exposed to cold air, especially when temperatures are below freezing and remain below freezing for an extended time. As freezing water expands, it causes the pressure inside pipes to increase, possibly leading to bursting pipes. Both plastic and copper pipes can burst when they freeze. With the prediction of below freezing temperatures for multiple days in the weather forecast, here are some recommendations to prevent your water pipes from freezing:  


1. You may want to leave a faucet dripping when temperatures are below freezing.

2. Make sure all of your exposed pipes are well insulated.

3. Unhook any garden hoses, wrap your outside faucets or cover with an insulated weather guard to prevent any frozen or busted pipes.

4. Make sure garage doors are closed.

5. Open cabinet doors under sinks.

6. Make sure your water meter in your yard is properly covered.

 

If you experience a problem, please call our office at 615-444-3378 during regular business hours to speak to someone in our office or if it's after hours, the after hours number is on our voicemail message or you can click "Utility Info" at the top of our webpage to view our current on-call phone #.



June 1, 2022

Our November 2019 through April 2022 Sanitary Survey score is 100%!  To view the TDEC survey, go here!


January 14, 2021

See our NEW Rates & Fees that are effective February 1, 2021.


January 5, 2021

Effective February 1, 2021, ServLine Leak & Line Protection will not longer be available at LaGuardo Utility District.  See our NEW 2021 Leak Adjustment Policy.