LEGEND: The blue line represents our water service area. The orange lines represent city boundary lines. Type in your address to determine if you fall within WHUD water and/or sewer service areas.
White House Utility District provides 14 million gallons of water per day, to homes and businesses throughout a four-county region. Our state-of-the-art membrane filtration plant provides technology used by only a small percent of utilities in Tennessee. The plant is often used as a showcase for industry professionals seeking ways to bring the best and most effective technologies to their customers.
WHUD provides roughly 10 million gallons of water per day to homes and businesses in our service area, and we have numerous programs in place to make sure our 1,050+ miles of water pipes, 21 water storage facilities and other essential system elements are in top working order around the clock.
White House Utility District currently provides wastewater collection service to more than 3,000 customers in Sumner County. Launched in 1995, the WHUD sewer system brought much anticipated public service to large areas of the county. Today, the WHUD sewer system transports wastewater from homes and businesses to the City of Nashville’s wastewater system for treatment and safe disposal. As the region continues to grow and prosper, these wastewater facilities will continue to provide a vital environmental protection function, minimizing the need for individual, on lot septic systems.