Caldwell County Water District operations consist of 5 full time employees, 1 superintendent, 2 office, and 2 field employees. The office staff works diligently to provide and maintain accurate records of all customers as well as solving any problems the customers may have. The field staff monitors water quality throughout the 420 miles of system infrastructure and provides leak determination and repair.
The mission of the Caldwell County Water District is to provide safe potable water to all residents of Caldwell County.
The Caldwell County Water District was formed February 21, 1966, as the Sandlick Road-Hopkinsville Road Water District.
On August 9, 1973, the Sandlick Road-Hopkinsville Road Water District became the Caldwell County Water District.