Now the Christmas and New Year period is over, Uralla Shire Council staff will distribute bottled water to give willing volunteers a rest, a spokesperson said.
From Monday, council staff at Foodworks Uralla will manage the distribution of bottled water.
Residents can also pick up water from Invergowrie store during business opening hours.
Elevated arsenic levels were found in the town's water supply last month. Mayor Michael Pearce said at the time council would distribute about 40 kilolitres of bottled water each day.
"Local businesses and volunteers did a fantastic job at distributing water over the busy Christmas and New Year period, offering the community flexibility and the best possible access" a council spokesperson said.
"This also gave Council staff the opportunity to continue work to resolve the town water supply problem and deliver water to Bundarra."
Water can be collected from Foodworks Uralla betwen 8am and 4pm on weekdays, and 8am and midday on Saturday.
Residents can collect enough 10 litre bottles of water to last them for the week. 600ml bottles will be available for the elderly and those who need additional support.
David Aber, council's acting general manager, thanked the volunteers and businesses who helped so tirelessly in the water distribution effort.
"Their support and dedication have allowed the community to access bottled water during the busy Christmas and New Year period."
Mr Aber thanked Foodworks Uralla, Pursehouse Rural Uralla, and the Invergowrie Store for supplying bottled water.
"I couldn't be more appreciative of the work they have undertaken, and the opportunity they have allowed us to distribute water during the holiday period," Mr Aber said.
Anyone who wants to help distribute water can visit Foodworks during water distribution opening hours.
Uralla Shire Council reminds all residents to check on their neighbours, especially the elderly and those who need additional support, to ensure they have adequate bottled water for drinking and food preparation.