Clayton County Water Authority offices will closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of Thanksgiving. If you have a water, sewer or stormwater emergency during this time, call 770.960.5200.


H. Bernard Franks, the Clayton County Water Authority's current Assistant General Manager over Support Services, was recently selected by CCWA's Board of Directors as the Authority's next general manager. Franks will take over the position when current General Manager P. Michael Thomas retires in June 2018. Learn More »


Many customers in the northern half of the county have been experiencing taste and odor issues in their water. Tests performed by our Water Quality staff confirm that our tap water is safe and not harmful. The taste and odor issue is caused by the recent change in temperatures and algae that grows naturally in our drinking water reservoirs. We have shut down the plant that was the source of this water. We are seeing improvements in many areas, but the Forest Park area is still experiencing this issue. We understand this is frustrating and assure you that we are doing all we can to get their water back to normal. If you have concerns about your water, please call 770.960.5200.


Clayton County Water Authority and Gas South have partnered to save you money on natural gas. As a Clayton County resident, you can receive a special discount off Gas South’s already great everyday low rates – as well as other money-saving benefits. 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 »


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