To enhance the quality of life for Central Arkansas by delivering high-quality water and dependable service that exceed customer expectations; protecting and ensuring a long-term water supply for future generations; and serving as responsible stewards of public health, utility resources, and the environment.

From the Reservoir

Holiday Office Closures_February 2016

  LITTLE ROCK — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) will observe Presidents Day/Daisy Gatson Bates Day with the closure of offices on Monday, February 15, 2016. Utility offices will re-open for business on Tuesday, February 16, 2016. CAW responds to emergencies 24 hours a day (including holidays).  The telephone number for … Read More »

CAW Schedules Prescribed Burn for February 5, 2016

LITTLE ROCK, AR — A prescribed burn will occur on Friday, February 5, in the Lake Maumelle Watershed, weather and site conditions permitting. In order to restore and maintain natural conditions to our forests and protect water quality, Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has partnered with The Nature Conservancy and other state … Read More »

CAW Board Names C. Tad Bohannon as Chief Executive Officer

LITTLE ROCK – The Board of Commissioners of Central Arkansas Water (CAW) announced today that it has selected C. Tad Bohannon for the role of Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.  The announcement followed an interview with the CAW Board where Mr. Bohannon responded to questions from the CAW Board and … Read More »

CAW to Hold Public Interview for CEO

LITTLE ROCK – The Board of Commissioners of Central Arkansas Water (CAW) announced yesterday that it will hold a public interview with C. Tad Bohannon on Thursday, January 21, at 4pm for the role of Chief Executive Officer.  The interview will occur as part of a special called board meeting … Read More »