Roads and water

COVID19

The information on this page may not be correct during this unprecedented health event. Essential services are still being provided to the community, however many Council services and programs have been placed on hold while facilities and some open spaces are closed.
Our COVID-19 information area details all impacts to Council services, facilities and programs as well as the local response to coronavirus.

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Drinking water quality

Regular tests are performed by Council to ensure our water is safe for human consumption and complies with the water quality guideline values provided in the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines.

Road and drainage capital works program

We are committed to maintaining the local roads, drainage and footpaths across the Central Coast. Find information about this financial year’s program of major works here. 

Road closures

Check here for information about temporary road closures or activities that may impact on traffic conditions on the Central Coast.

Water and Sewer capital works program

Delivering quality water supply and sewerage services is important. Find information about this financial year’s program of major works here.

Water service interruptions

If you are experiencing a disruption to your water service including a water outage, low water pressure and/or discoloured water, visit this page to find out more.

Water supply services

Learn about water and sewer services on the Central Coast including information on water restrictions, dams, water catchments, pumping stations and sewer treatment plants, plus how to report faults to Council.

Water treatment process

The Central Coast has the third largest water supply system in New South Wales. Find out about how Council treats and disinfects its water to ensure you have a top quality supply straight from your tap.

Water restrictions

Visit our Love Water website for current dam and water restriction levels.
Last updated : Tue 31 Mar 2020