From the Reservoir

Prepare Your Home for Frozen Pipes Before Winter Begins

CAW often experiences a spike in calls and emergency visits to customers’ homes when winter weather hits.  In addition, frozen pipes are the most common cause of home insurance claims in the United States.   Protect your pipes and prepare for frozen temperatures with these six simple tips: 1. Drain pipes … Read More »

Do You Have a Water Leak? Check Your Home and Nip That Drip!

Drip…drip…drip in the kitchen, bathroom, or both – a familiar sound you’ve likely heard at one point or another.  The common household shown in the video below is one drip per second and wastes more than 3,000 gallons per year; which equals the same amount of water as 6 months … Read More »

New Schedule of Water Rates_Effective January 1, 2017

LITTLE ROCK — Central Arkansas Water’s (CAW) new Schedule of Water Rates will be effective for water service billed on or after January 1, 2017, for its customers in the metropolitan area. Customers received an in-home copy of the rate schedule as a billing statement insert during November and December. … Read More »

Holiday Office Closure_January 2017

LITTLE ROCK — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) business offices will be closed to observe the following holiday: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Monday, January 16, 2017   CAW responds to emergencies 24 hours a day (including holidays).  The telephone number for daytime and after-hour emergencies is (501) 377.1239.  

Benefits of Paperless Billing

Hate paper and clutter?  If you’re one of millions looking to cut the paper “ball and chain”, Central Arkansas Water, also known as Utility Billing Services (UBS), proudly offers a solution for you –  online account management and paperless billing options. Numerous benefits are waiting for you:       … Read More »

Maumelle Fire Hydrant Testing_Beginning November 7, 2016

MAUMELLE — Starting November 7, 2016, the Maumelle Fire Department, will be conducting flow-and-drain tests on public fire hydrants within the city limits of Maumelle. Because the inspections involve the increased flow of water from fire hydrants, some customers may notice discolored water at the tap during the process.  The fire … Read More »

Ecological Thinning near Lake Maumelle

LITTLE ROCK — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) is conducting ecological thinning activities near the intersection of Highway 300 and the Ouachita National Recreation Trail, west of Roland, in the Lake Maumelle Watershed. The work started on July 13, 2016, and will continue through the summer, weather permitting.  The project will … Read More »

Kandi N. Hughes becomes newest CAW Commissioner

LITTLE ROCK — Kandi N. Hughes became the newest member of the Central Arkansas Water Board of Commissioners during a swearing-in ceremony held at the James T. Harvey Administration Building in Little Rock on Thursday, July 14, 2016.  Following the ceremony, Hughes attended her first monthly meeting as a member … Read More »

2015 Water Quality Reports – Now Available

LITTLE ROCK, AR — Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has released its 2015 Water Quality Report to its customers residing within the utility’s service area.  The utility also released 2015 Water Quality Reports for Wye Mountain Water Association and Maumelle Water Management. You may view all three reports by clicking on … Read More »

Choose Paperless Billing for a chance to win an Ipad Mini!

CAW customers that register for Paperless Billing June 1 – August 31 will have a chance to win an iPad Mini. No purchase necessary to enter or win.  Must be 18 or older, a legal U.S. resident and a Central Arkansas Water customer.  Drawing will take place by September 7, 2016 and … Read More »

Maumelle Fire Hydrant Testing beginning June 20, 2016

MAUMELLE — Starting June 20, 2016, Central Arkansas Water (CAW), in coordination with the Maumelle Fire Department, will be inspecting, painting silver, and conducting flow-and-drain tests on public fire hydrants within the city limits of Maumelle.  Because the inspections involve the increased flow of water from fire hydrants, some customers … Read More »