Community Tours

 

Facility Tours

Have you ever wondered how drinking water is produced or what happens to wastewater after it leaves your home? A facility tour is a great way for students, or other groups, to learn more about the processes used and what goes on behind the scenes. To schedule a tour, call Suzanne Brown at 770.960.6972.

 

  • Water Production Plant Tours - Learn how clean, safe drinking water is proPlant Tourduced for more than 270,000 residents with a tour of the Terry R. Hicks Water Production Complex in Jonesboro. Tours are available Tuesday - Thursday between 8 a.m.— 3 p.m. for students in 4th grade or older. Groups should be between 10 - 35 people. 
  • Water Reclamation Facility Tours - See how the CCWA uses biology and other treatment processes to clean up wastewater with a tour of the W. B. Casey Water Reclamation Facility in Jonesboro. Tours are available for high school students Tuesdays - Thursdays between 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Groups should be between five (5) and 20 people. 
  • Newman Wetlands Center - The Melvin L. Newman Wetlands Center opened in 1995 to demonstrate the importance of preserving wetlands environments and to provide public education in matters of natural resource conservation. Programs for grades 3rd - 5th are offered between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday - Thursday. Visit our Newman Wetlands Page for more information