The precursor to Kingsbury General Improvement District (KGID), started as a water company formed by Don & Peggy Hall when they purchased a lot in the Palady Perkins area and tied into a small well behind thier home. Later, as the Halls developed Lower Kingsbury, Kingsbury Water Company was started and Water mains were installed up Kingsbury Grade, as more people moved into the area, the Halls purchased 8 beer-brewing tanks and hooked them together in a lot adjacent to the current water storage tanks on Terrace View, as other groups were developing in the area, smaller water systems were started which were eventually acquired by the Halls and integrated into the larger water systmes which was later sold to the Kingsbury General Improvement District in 1964.
- KGID is Led by 5 Elected Board Members and has 13 Full time Employees,
- KGID treats and pumps water (from Lake Tahoe) from 662 up to 7980 feet using 6 pump stations and 7 water storage tanks, KGID has 22 miles of roads, 33 miles of Water Main, and 22 miles Sewer Main.
- The KGID Busniess offices, storm and sanitary sewer lines, roads and snow removal areas run up Kingsbury Grade from Market Street on the South side, and Pineridge Drive on the North side of highway 207 including all of the side streets.
- KGID water service area includes Kahle Drive, Lake Village, and Lower Kingsbury.