CCWA Celebrating “Fix a Leak Week” March 20 – 24, 2017


Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) staff is encouraging customers to find and fix leaks to help stop the more than 1 trillion gallons of water wasted from household leaks in the U.S. every year. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ongoing We’re for Water campaign promotes Fix a ...

Drought Designation Reduced to Level 1 Response

Georgia’s Environmental Protection Division recently eased outdoor water use requirements in 86 counties, including Clayton County, after winter rains brought relief to the drought-ridden area. “The winter rains and our sustainable water management practices have helped ease drought restric...

CCWA Partners with HomeServe USA to Offer Customers Optional Water & Sewer Line Coverage Plans

HomeServe USA (HomeServe), a leading provider of home emergency repair solutions, today announced the launch of its partnership with Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) to offer optional service plans for both interior and exterior water and sewer lines. Plans offered through HomeServe will be ...

CCWA’s Reservoirs Open for 2017 Public Fishing Season

Clayton County Water Authority’s (CCWA) public fishing season opens March 1, 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. Clayton County residents pay $5 per vehicle, ...

CCWA Offering Effective Communications for Small Business Workshop on 3/9

The Clayton County Water Authority’s (CCWA) Small Local Business Enterprise Program is offering small local businesses in the metro Atlanta area a free workshop to learn how to effectively communicate. The two hour training will be provided by Heather Fatzinger, of Full Circle Communications, on ...

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