Central Tablelands Water (CTW) has temporarily closed its Administration Office in Blayney from Monday 30 March as a precautionary measure to reduce the risk of COVID-19 via face-to-face customer service interaction. Administration Office Closure

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Central Tablelands Water (CTW) has welcomed the recent funding confirmation by the Minister for Water, Property and Housing, the Hon. Melinda Pavey MP, of $100,000 for the completion of a feasibility study into a reliable water supply to the Caragabal village and district. Media Release – Caragabal Water Supply Study – 16 March 2020  

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The general manager of Central Tablelands Water (CTW), Gavin Rhodes, has advised that the Council of CTW resolved at its December 2019 meeting to implement Level 4 Water Restrictions from 1 January 2020 To find out more about these water restrictions and how it impacts you, please click below. CTW Level 4 Water Restrictions Summary CTW…

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Central Tablelands Water (CTW) has welcomed the NSW Government funding announcement of $1 million for the completion of a feasibility study into the Lake Rowlands dam extension as part of its emergency response to the drought in regional NSW. Media Release – Lake Rowlands $1m funding – 29 November 2019

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Central Tablelands Water advises its consumers that Level 3 water restrictions came into effect from 1 July 2019. To find out more about these water restrictions and how it impacts you, please click below. CTW Level 3 Water Restrictions Summary CTW Water Restrictions Definitions 

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At their meeting in Grenfell on 9 October 2019, the Members of Central Tablelands Water County Council re-elected unopposed Cr David Somervaille, representing Blayney Shire Council, as Chairman and Cr Kevin Walker, representing Cabonne Council, as Deputy Chairman, for the next 12 months. Both Cr Somervaille and Cr Walker are serving their sixth term as Chairman…

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