Water Supplies Department

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Water Supplies Department
Department overview
Formed 1982 [1]
Preceding Department
  • Waterworks Office [2]
Jurisdiction Hong Kong
Headquarters Immigration Tower, 7 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
22°16′49″N 114°10′22″E / 22.280157°N 114.172898°E / 22.280157; 114.172898Coordinates: 22°16′49″N 114°10′22″E / 22.280157°N 114.172898°E / 22.280157; 114.172898
Employees 4,465 (March 2018)[1]
Annual budget HK$8,404.0m (2018-19) [3]
Minister responsible
Deputy Minister responsible
Department executive
  • Wong Chung-leung, Director of Water Supplies
Parent department Development Bureau
Key document
  • Waterworks Ordinance (Cap. 102)
Website www.wsd.gov.hk
Politics and government
of Hong Kong
Foreign relations
Related topics Regional Emblem of Hong Kong.svg Hong Kong portal

The Water Supplies Department (WSD; Chinese: 水務署) is the department under Development Bureau of the Government of Hong Kong of the People's Republic of China providing a reliable and adequate supply of wholesome potable water and sea water to customers in Hong Kong. The headquarter office is located at the Immigration Tower on Gloucester Road.[2]

Organisational structure[edit]

  • Customer service branch
  • Development branch
  • Finance and information technology branch
  • Mechanical and electrical branch
  • New works branch
  • Operations branch
  • Contract advisory unit
  • Public relations unit
  • Departmental administration division
  • General administration section


The WSD headquarter office is accessible within walking distance North of Wan Chai Station of the MTR.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "WSD - Staff Establishment". www.wsd.gov.hk. Retrieved 2018-03-27.
  2. ^ "Our Vision, Mission and Values". WSD. Retrieved 2014-04-21.