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

Thanksgiving Holiday Office Closure

LITTLE ROCK — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) will observe the Thanksgiving holiday with the closure of business offices on Thursday, November 27, and Friday, November 28. Offices will re-open for business on Monday, December 1. Thanksgiving Day                  Thursday, November 27 Friday after Thanksgiving      Friday, November 28   CAW responds to emergencies 24 … Read More »

Protect Water Pipes from Freezing Temperatures

Before temperatures fall below freezing, customers can take a few simple steps to protect indoor and outdoor water pipes. Disconnect outdoor water hoses and drain the water from automatic sprinkler systems in order to reduce the chance of damage from freezing temperatures. Insulate pipes or faucets in unheated areas and eliminate … Read More »

Water Main Flushing in Sherwood – November 10 and 11

Central Arkansas Water (CAW) will flush water mains in the Kiehl Avenue area of Sherwood on November 10 and 11. The flushing will take place through fire hydrants and may cause discolored water at customers’ taps in the flushing area and at other isolated locations throughout Sherwood. Starting Monday, November … Read More »

Ouachita Hiking Trail Reopens in Maumelle Watershed

Central Arkansas Water (CAW) along with Friends of the Ouachita Trail (FoOT) have worked to remove down timber and safely reroute the section of the Ouachita Trail between mile markers 218 and 216 (near Lake Vista Drive) that were damaged during the April 27th, EF4 tornado in the Lake Maumelle … Read More »