Water Supply Schedules


In keeping with the Authority’s 2024 Water Supply Management Plan, the water supply schedules to various areas throughout Trinidad and Tobago have been adjusted, in view of the current Dry Season conditions and the need to manage the levels at our main impounding reservoirs.
Note that the schedules represented below have been amended. Existing, unchanged schedules, are not listed.
Click on the relevant region to view or download the corresponding water supply schedule:

Helpful Conservation Tips

  • Don’t leave the tap running while washing dishes; fill your kitchen sink instead.
  • Use a broom instead of the hose to clean your driveway.
  • Don’t defrost foods with running water. Place frozen items in the refrigerator overnight or use the defrost setting on the microwave.
  • Shorten your showers to between 3 to 5 minutes.
  • Turn off the water while you brush your teeth.
  • Use less soap when washing and cleaning, since more soap requires more water to rinse.
  • Fix leaking faucets and plumbing. A small drip from a faucet can waste as much as 20 gallons of water a day.
  • When using your washing machine, wash only full loads.
  • Use laundry rinse water to wet plants.
  • Use a bucket instead of a hose to wash your car.
  • Repair leaking toilets. Add some food colouring to the water in the tank; if colour appears in the bowl without flushing, you have a leak.
  • Water plants during early morning hours or at night, when temperatures are cooler. This reduces evaporation.
  • Install float valves in your water tanks or ensure that existing valves are working properly. Float valves shut off the water supply to the tank when it is full, preventing wastage.
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