City Light Gas and Water (CLGW), your city-owned utility company since 1941, provides the City of Kennett with electric, gas, water, sewer, and internet services. CLGW facilities and service systems include a 40 megawatt power plant, four electric substations, gas pipe lines, a water production and waste water treatment plant, and an expanding fiber optic communication system. CLGW provides services to approximately 6,000 residential and business customers and prides itself in having some of the lowest utility rates in the area.
CLGW is governed by a four member board whom are appointed by the mayor of Kennett and approved by the city council. The Kennett Board of Public Works is responsible for establishing CLGW’s policies and rules & regulations that govern the day-to-day operations of the utility system. Currently, the board consists of Bob Green, John Robertson, Randy Baker, and Towny Sparks. The board meets two times each month at the CLGW office located at 303 South Anthony Street.
David W. Wilkins, Superintendent of Utilities, manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of CLGW. The workforce of CLGW consists of around 70 employees who are members of seven different departments. CLGW employees are a part of this community and are ready to provide the City of Kennett with the best utility service possible.
Kennett Board of Public Works is a proud member of the American Public Power Association, the Missouri Public Utility Alliance, and the American Public Gas Association.
To provide the best possible service at the lowest possible price.