Over 1,000 people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds have joined City West Water for the annual Day at the Zoo event.
Western Bulldogs AFLW player Lauren Spark helped City West Water launch its new Diversity and Inclusion Strategy today which will see the organisation develop a more diverse workplace that better reflects the community it serves.
As a result of works in the Taylors Lakes, Keilor and Watergardens area today customers may experience short term water quality issues.
Water main renewal upgrade in Essendon and Moonee Ponds completed
We're almost finished water main renewal works along Grattan Street.
City West Water has taken action in response to three properties being incorrectly connected to recycled water through their drinking water supply in the West Wyndham area. All connections have been rectified.
City West Water (CWW) will be encouraging its customers to stay healthy, protect the environment and save money by drinking tap water.
Greening the West won the Government Leadership Award at the Urban Development Institute of Australia awards and the Program Innovation Award Category at the Victorian Water Awards.
Greening the West is a regional initiative that’s about enriching communities in Melbourne’s west through the development of green spaces.
Upper Stony Creek will be rehabilitated as part of the Greening the West program which aims to improve liveability in the western suburbs.
Work is entering its final stages along Grattan Street and Flemington Road.
City West Water is proud to announce staff member Elisa Hunter, Project Director of Urban Water Strategies, has received a scholarship aimed at increasing diversity in Victoria’s water workplaces.
The Grattan Street and Flemington Road water main renewal project has been extended to include renewal of a large water main in Wreckyn Street between Flemington Road and Courtney Street.
Water main renewal works start on 18 July - 21 July.
Pay your bill on time and go in the draw to win a $500 Coles Myer Gift Card.
NAIDOC Week is being celebrated from 3 to 10 July 2016.
We’d like to remind our customers to be wary of scam emails.
Stage 3 - Waverley St, Moonee Ponds now underway.
Temporary changed traffic conditions for Grieve Parade, Altona
Stage 2 - Lincoln Road Essendon, now underway.
City West Water has experienced a 20 per cent increase in the number of bursts and leaks in its network, compared to the same time last year.
Next time you are shopping at your local supermarket, it might pay to stop and consider the laundry detergent you are using in your home or business.
David Ryan has been appointed to the position of City West Water Managing Director and will commence his new role as of 14 June 2016.
A new park will be created in Williams Landing along a 100 metre section of the Main Outfall Sewer Reserve next to the Federation Bicycle Trail.
Stage 1 of Southampton Park is now open in Footscray.
A major $3.7 million water main renewal project along the Lincoln Road/Waverley Street corridor in Essendon and Moonee Ponds will begin on 29 March 2016.
Hundreds of people from various cultural backgrounds from the western suburbs took part in a colourful celebration of diversity at Werribee Open Range Zoo today as part of Cultural Diversity Week.
Work on upgrading the water mains along Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds are progressing well. All the new watermain pipes are now in the ground.
Congratulations to Ian Pugsley of Parkville, the week fifteen winner of our bill survey competition.
City West Water is replacing a short section of water main along Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds from mid January.
Water main renewal works will begin along Puckle St, Moonee Ponds on 11 January.
We would like to advise that our office opening hours over the holiday season will change.
Sports and recreation facilities in Aberfeldie are set to be green all year round the launch of a $1 million water recycling project
City West Water has developed a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), as part of their ongoing commitment to maintaining and supporting relationships with the local indigenous community.
Please stop flushing these so-called ‘flushable wipes’.
If you’re already paying bills online it makes sense to view them while you’re paying them too.
Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Water, Lisa Neville today announced the new make-up of Victoria's water corporation boards.
With warmer weather around the corner, September is a great time to get out and about to the many local and community events.
The picturesque Edinburgh Gardens provided the perfect backdrop to launch the Best Practice Guidelines for Functional Open Space.
City West Water is asking households in Melbourne’s west and inner city to think twice about what they put down their toilets, sinks and drains and keep wet wipes away from toilets.
City West Water prices for water and sewerage will increase from 1 July 2015.
City West Water has confirmed prices for water, sewerage and trade waste will increase from 1 July 2015.
An ambitious plan to green the western suburbs of Melbourne with the planting of 1 million new trees took an important step today with $5 million funding from the Federal Government's 20 Million Trees program.
The Victorian water corporations have recently been notified by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) of an impending change to the inspection process of residential recycled water plumbing inspections.
City West Water will start essential water main renewal works in Anderson Street, Yarraville from Wednesday 11 March 2015.
The Greening the West initiative, which aims to improve health through increased urban greening in Melbourne's western metropolitan area, has been recognised at the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Awards.
We understand life gets busy, and sometimes you can forget to pay your water bill.
Water main works will start in the Spring Street / Lonsdale Street area soon.
We congratulate Toyota Australia for winning the Large Business Award in the 2014 Premier's Sustainability Awards for its cross-company 'Next Big Step' sustainability stewardship program.
Charges for sewerage service and sewage disposal will change from 1 October 2014.
City West Water has invested $120 million in vital infrastructure in the inner and western metropolitan area in the 2013-14 financial year, bringing total investment over the past five years to more than $720 million.
A program to desalinate groundwater at the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) to provide a solution to Flemington Racecourse’s water needs has won an international award at the Water Reuse Symposium in the USA.
At 15 metres high and 50 metres in diameter the new City West Water storage tanks in Wyndham Vale are an imposing sight.
If you've been looking for the easiest way to pay your water bill without lifting a finger then direct debit is for you.
A 12 year old has taken top honours in a Healthy Urban Habitat Keep Calm and Garden On video competition.
To enable customers to be aware of planned works to water and sewer services taking place in their area, we’ve put together a list of our works projects under way or due to begin construction within the coming months.
City West Water joined MLC Andrew Elsbury, and representatives from Hobsons Bay City Council and community to officially launch the Laverton Stormwater Harvesting project in Altona Meadows on Tuesday 29 April.
A vital water main renewal project in Church Street, Richmond, is underway to ensure continued water supply and quality of service for the area.
A series of complex water main renewal works will replace 100 year old water mains along Brunswick Street Fitzroy from January to May 2014.
Water main works will begin in Fitzroy next week, with works planned for Alexandra Parade and Brunswick Street in the first half of 2014.