Hydrant and valve replacement FAQs
Access is critical. If you have a fire hydrant on or near your property, please:
- keep it clear of any obstruction or debris, including garden mulch
- do not park any vehicles over it.
There are laws to protect access to fire hydrants so do the right thing and keep your community safe.
Please contact us if you see a damaged valve or hydrant, or a potential water leak.
Fire hydrants are usually located on the nature strip and have a yellow lid. A blue cat’s eye on the road indicates their location.
If you're going to be affected by potential water supply interruption, you'll receive a works notification card in your letterbox detailing the water outage time frames, what to expect and what to do after the works have been completed.
If you still have questions after reading the works notification card, please contact us.