Water Resources

To Pay You Bill Online (convenience fee: $1 or 3% of total): 
Hudson Water & Electric Online Bill Pay                      Bulk Water ONLY Online Payment
To report a water main break or an emergency, call 300-342-1800.

330-342-1750 
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m.
water main break

Water Service Providers in the City of Hudson

Name Phone Service Area
Hudson Water Department
330-342-1710         Serving the central area of the City.
Akron Water Department
330-375-2554 Serving the south, east, and north areas of the City.
Cleveland Water Department
216-664-2444 Serving the northwest and north area of the City.
Stow Water Department
330-689-2889 Serving the south area of the City.

Contact Us

  1. Public Works Department


    Email
    1769 Georgetown Road
    Hudson, OH 44236
    (330) 342-1750

    Hudson Water Department
    After-Hours Emergency Line

    (330) 342-1800

    Hours


    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    Water / Electric Online Bill Pay
  1. Water Treatment
  2. Maintenance & Repair
  3. Hydrant Flushing
  4. Backflow Prevention System
  5. Bulk Water
  6. Irrigation System Meters
  7. Remote Meters

The City owns and operates its own Water Treatment plant. Behind the scenes of water treatment.

Where Does the City of Hudson Water Come From?

 
  The water for Hudson water customers comes from five underground wells. In general, there is a great deal more consistency in water quality readings with ground well water resources as opposed to surface water resources, such as from lakes or streams.

Hudson Water Quality


The City of Hudson owns and operates its own water treatment plant that ensures safe, potable water is delivered to its customers. 
 City's EPA Annual Water Quality Report which can be reviewed HERE.  

Hudson Water Department History and Mission


The City's first water plant was located on Oviatt Street, and the water source was from nearby underground wells. Mr. James W. Ellsworth was the driving force and main financial backer of this initial system. It operated from 1912 until 1969, when the water plant moved to its present site on West Streetsboro Street. Today, Hudson's Water Resources Department operates five underground wells and operates its water own water treatment plant to provide safe drinking water to its approximately 2,300 customers.

Our mission is to produce, treat, and deliver safe, potable, high quality water from the well field to the treatment plant, the elevated storage towers and ultimately to the consumers' tap.