About Knox Chapman Utility
The Knox Chapman Utility
District lies in parts of the eastern portion of Tennessee
in Knox, Blount, and Sevier counties and covers an area
of approximately 60 square miles. It is immediately adjacent
to the City of Knoxville and lies roughly between Knoxville,
Maryville, Alcoa, and Sevierville. In addition to the
nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the District
is influenced by Douglas and Loudon Lakes, and the cities
of Maryville, Alcoa, and Knoxville, and by the Tennessee
Valley Authority Lakes as a source of raw water supply
and an attraction for new industry.
Knox Chapman Utility District (KCUD) was incorporated
as a municipal corporation pursuant a decree enacted on
April 20, 1955 in the County Court of Knox County, Tennessee,
pursuant to provisions of the District Act, which provides
that such an incorporated municipal corporation shall
exist in perpetuity and possess the powers set forth in
the District Act.
Failure to receive bill does not relieve consumer of payment and 10% penalty.