CCWA is hosting its annual Rivers Alive Stream Cleanup on Saturday, October 28 from 10 a.m. - Noon at Panhandle Park (10930 Panhandle Road in Jonesboro). We will be cleaning up Hurricane Creek. Make sure you wear your outdoor clothing and waterproof boots. To volunteer, call 770.961.2130, ext. 5508. Learn More »

Learn How to Develop a Winning Proposal from Heather Fatzinger, President and CEO of Full Circle Communications, during this free workshop on Thursday, September 28 from 10 a.m. - Noon at our Marie Barber Community Room at 1600 Battle Creek Road in Morrow. From this workshop, you will acquire strategies to deliver purchasing agencies the winning proposal they are looking for. Participants will receive a step-by-step guide to organize the process and learn the most common errors that deem you "non-responsive". This workshop series provides valuable business and professional development tools to help grow and cultivate small businesses. These comprehensive training sessions specifically address many challenges faced by small businesses. To register, click Learn More. Learn More »

CCWA's annual Wetlands & Watershed Festival provides educational fun for the entire family with environmental exhibits, wetlands activities, live animal exhibits, guided wetlands walks, children's nature crafts, a scavenger hunt along the 1/2 mile wetlands trail and lots more! The free festival is held rain or shine. For more information, call 770.603.5606. Learn More »

Drinking water produced by Clayton County Water Authority is regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division (GA EPD). The Authority is required to meet all of the EPA’s rigorous water quality standards. CCWA’s drinking water consistently meets or exceeds these standards. Every few years, customers contact us letting us know that a company has left literature and a testing vial at their mailbox or front door. The company claims the water is not safe and offers to test the water and then provide the results. These companies are usually selling filtration systems for your home. CCWA does not endorse these products. Our water quality staff performs more than 200,000 tests every year to ensure sure Clayton County’s tap water meets all regulations and is safe for you to drink. If you have further questions about your tap water, please contact our Call Center at 770.960.5200. Learn More »

CCWA's Residential Toilet Rebate Program encourages customers to save money and water by replacing older, inefficient toilets. Eligible customers receive a $100 rebate for installing an approved WaterSense Certified 1.28 gallons per flush toilet. Customers may receive up to two (2) rebates per household. These rebates are applied as a credit to the customers' CCWA account. Learn More »

CCWA's public fishing reservoirs are open for the 2017 season, giving residents the chance to enjoy beautiful reservoirs close to home. Visitors can spend the day fishing, canoeing or just enjoying a picnic in a peaceful setting. Learn More »

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