SIAS conducted household questionnaire survey related to urban water in two study sites Dhulikhel and Dharan. This survey is a part of Climate Adaptive Water Management Plans for Cities in South Asia (CAMPS) project conducted by SIAS in Nepal and CEDAR in India. The objective of the survey was to understand the access of water, quality and quantity and sanitation at the household level. In addition the survey will also give the overview of institutions involved in the management of the water utilities. In Dhulikhel, survey was done in 200 households in 13 wards from 12 to 16 June 2017 while in Dharan the survey was done in 279 households in 20 wards from 29 June to 4 July.