Public and private entities provide utilities to Mason companies.
electricity and natural gas
Duke Energy’s service territory includes southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky, southern Indiana, and the Carolinas. Duke Energy has been a strong supporter of economic growth in Mason. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Duke is a midwest leader in low-cost generation, offering a full range of economic development services to industrial customers at rates below the national average.
Greater Cincinnati Water Works
Mason is served by Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW), a municipally owned and operated utility since it was purchased by the City of Cincinnati in 1839. GCWW supplies water to the City of Cincinnati and its surrounding Hamilton County, parts of Butler and Warren Counties in Ohio, and Boone County and the City of Florence in Kentucky.
GCWW has always taken the lead in water quality research and technology to protect public health. It operates a nationally recognized state-of-the-art water treatment and research facility. It has an excellent record of meeting or exceeding all state and federal health standards.
City of Mason
Since its inception in 2001, the City of Mason has been leading the way in implementing a regional stormwater management program that complies with the U.S. EPA’s updated stormwater regulations. The city was one of the first in the region to embrace the challenges of stormwater management by establishing a stormwater utility that now maintains the stormwater infrastructure while also overseeing an expanding drainage system in developing areas.
City of Mason
The City of Mason manages its own wastewater collection and treatment system. The state-of-the-art treatment facility was designed with room to expand to meet the growth needs of the city. The Industrial Pre-Treatment Coordinator works closely with businesses that create special treatment needs to help them remain in compliance with standards and regulations.
cable & telecommunications
The data, voice, and video solutions you need to stay connected to the world are offered by several vendors that serve the Mason community. ATC, AT&T, Cincinnati Bell, CenturyLink, Spectrum, and others give you the opportunity to choose the best solution for your needs.