Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County (CUD) is accepting bids for the removal of an existing fence and the installation of high tensile non-electric fence around CUD’s property in Stewart
“Without wastewater treatment and disposal, even a million-dollar home would nosedive in value.” A strong statement from CUD Wastewater Supervisor Joe Fisher – especially given the amount of residential development
(Photo courtesy of samedaypapers.com) Consolidated Utility District (CUD) of Rutherford County will accept proposals for District Metered Area (DMA) Monitoring & Central Event Management Software Application services from qualified vendors.
If you like geography, you’ll love this story. Because a city that has grown as fast as Murfreesboro has – from a population of 40,000 in 1991 to 135,000 in
Consolidated Utility District has and will continue to meet all regulations from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for safe drinking water.
Consolidated Utility District (CUD) of Rutherford County celebrated its 50th anniversary of service by holding a luncheon on October 9 that attracted state legislators and dignitaries. Author and educator Dr.
Winter is upon Middle Tennessee and with it arrives colder temperatures. With below freezing temperatures recently, freezing pipes can always be a concern for homeowners. As water freezes, it expands
Many understand the impact of Murfreesboro water usage as a consumer, but there is a question if everyone understands water usage when it revolves around businesses. Households for the most
At CUD, we strive to provide the safest drinking water in Rutherford County. At the same time, we also look toward the future and take note of best practices and