Inside look at Tate Monroe Water Association
The Tate Monroe Water Assn., Inc. is a private, not-for-profit corporation conveying one of life’s most precious resources to the residents and businesses of southern Clermont County. Our Members are important individuals deserving of the highest quality water and services. The Association shall achieve these high standards of quality and service through a dedicated staff of customer oriented, trained professionals.
Tate Monroe Water Assn., Inc. was constructed in 1969 and 1970 with 179 miles of water main. At that time, Tate Monroe was the largest private water system in Ohio. Within thirty five years, the water main doubled to 358 miles of water main in eight townships, serving over 8,500 customers. It has always been Tate Monroe Water Assn., Inc.’s goal to keep improving its resources to better supply its customers of southern Clermont County with safe and adequate supply of water. Over the years, Tate Monroe has expanded its supply and now serves over 9,000 customers with around 418 miles of water main. We maintain two (2) booster stations, sixteen (16) pressure reducing stations as well as eleven (11) traditional vertical wells, and one (1) collector well. Currently Tate Monroe has two (2) water treatment facilities with the capability to produce approximately six-million (6,000,000) gals per day of potable water combined. Tate Monroe’s elevated storage tanks (water towers) have an approximate capacity of 2,750,000 gallons of water combined. There is also two (2) above ground storage tanks, one (1) underground storage tank, and an intermediate storage tank with a combined capacity of 2,200,000 gallons of water. Tate Monroe will continue to expand its growth to better supply southern Clermont County.
The Board Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
If you would like to be placed on the agenda please contact our office.