News & Updates
Learn more about efforts by the Board of Water Supply (BWS) to urge the Navy to take necessary steps to prevent fuel contamination from reaching our wells and to protect our groundwater aquifers.
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BWS would like to remind customers to be vigilant about protecting themselves against fraud. Utility customers are increasingly becoming targets for individuals attempting to gain access to residences or to steal personal information.
This coming Sunday, from 6:30 a.m. to 7 a.m., listen to any of the Ohana Broadcast stations – KUMU 94.7, KQMQ 93.1, KPOI 105.9, and KDDB 102.7 – to hear what the BWS is doing in, and for, the community! Unless otherwise specified, the BWS episode will air on the second Sunday of each month.
Water Matters -- developed by the Board of Water Supply (BWS) to better connect with customers and to keep them informed about our efforts to provide a safe, dependable, and affordable water supply -- is distributed about once a quarter with customer water bills, online, and at neighborhood board meetings.
BWS offices will be closed Thursday and Friday due to expected arrival of Hurricane Lane in the Hawaiian Islands. Prepare your emergency water supply - 1 gallon per person per day for at least 14 days - by taking water from the tap. For questions about hurricane preparedness, sign up for HNL.Info alerts.
Starting on Monday, August 13, Board of Water Supply (BWS) is reaching out through various media channels to remind its customers to be mindful of wasting water and encourage conservation.
WaterSmart is a free service available to BWS residential customers with tips and tools to help them manage their water use and bill.
The Honolulu Board of Water Supply (BWS) will be publishing an Environmental Impact Statement Preparation Notice (EISPN) for Haiku Stairs to request public comments that will then be used to prepare the Draft EIS.
HNL Info is Honolulu's way to keep the public informed about traffic situations, weather advisories, major water service-related issues, events happening around the island, and much more.
Starting January 1, 2017, bill payment via credit card will be available for single-family residential customers only.