During the heightened national response to Covid-19, our top priority is providing clean drinking water and safe wastewater treatment to our community. Read more here.
Prioritisation of work and keeping our people safe to do it
We manage drinking water, stormwater, and wastewater services in the Wellington region.
An important part of our work is promoting water conservation and sustainability.
We're also working with local councils and communities to help make sure people have access to emergency water in the event of a major earthquake.
- Water outage
- Water outage resolved
- Future project
- Emergency water
- Flow monitoring
Work in your area
We’re constantly working to maintain an efficient and robust water network, so occasionally there may be work in your area. You can explore our current and upcoming work on our interactive map. If you are experiencing a water outage or other urgent water issue, please contact your local council.
Watering restrictions have been eased today for Greytown and Featherston. Increased rainfall and a steady decline in water demand with the change in season means that limited use of garden sprinklers and irrigation systems is fine.
However, as rainfall in Martinborough has been light, hand-held only watering restrictions remain in place for now. Read more
Following two consecutive days of sampling results at Titahi Bay within bathing guidelines, we will today be removing warning signs at Titahi Bay Beach. Read more
From today, 31 March, the ban on using sprinklers in Wellington, Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt and Porirua has been eased, with restricted garden watering conditions now in place. Read more