From the Reservoir

CAW Board Selects Jay Barth to Fill Commission Vacancy

LITTLE ROCK — The board of commissioners of Central Arkansas Water (CAW) voted unanimously on Tuesday, February 4, 2019, to select Jay Barth, PhD the Director of the Odyssey Program at Hendrix College, to fill a vacancy on the board. The selection is now subject to confirmation by the Little Rock Board … Read More »

Prepare for Frozen Pipes before Winter Weather Starts

Each winter, many water customers experience the inconvenience of frozen pipes, which can result in extensive plumbing repairs and water damage.  Click on the link below for tips that will help minimize your chance of having frozen pipes. Click to View Freeze Precaution Tips

Mountain Biking Study_Accepting Applications

LITTLE ROCK, AR – Applications are currently being accepted for participation in a study on whether mountain biking on the Ouachita Trail in the Lake Maumelle Watershed affects water quality. Participants selected for the study will be part of a limited group with permission to bike a segment of that … Read More »

2017 Popular Annual Financial Report – Now Available

LITTLE ROCK, AR — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has released its 2017 Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) to its customers, residents, and stakeholders residing within the utility’s service area.  You may view the report by clicking on the following link: carkw.com/PAFR The PAFR is specially designed to be an easy-to-understand … Read More »

2017 Water Quality Reports – Now Available

LITTLE ROCK, AR — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has released its 2017 Water Quality Report to its customers residing within the utility’s service area.  The utility also released 2017 Water Quality Reports for Wye Mountain Water Association and the City of Maumelle.  You may view all three reports by clicking on … Read More »

Conditional Use Permit at Jack H. Wilson Treatment Facility

See this sign? It will soon be placed in front of Central Arkansas Water’s Wilson Treatment Plant on Pleasant Valley Drive. While the sign itself is not very exciting, the reason it is there certainly is. Central Arkansas Water has applied for a Conditional Use Permit to add solar panels … Read More »