CCWA Celebrating “Fix a Leak Week” March 14 – 20, 2016


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 ...

CCWA’s Reservoirs Open for 2016 Public Fishing Season


CCWA’s public fishing season opened 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, or $30 for a season pass. Non-coun...

Can what happened in Flint, Michigan happen here in Clayton County?

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan shows the critical importance of safe tap water and underscores that our first job is to protect the families we serve. Those of us involved in managing, cleaning and delivering water share a solemn obligation to protect public health. Below are some questions ...

Newman Wetlands Center Hosting ‘Unfiltered’ Art Exhibition


The Clayton County Water Authority’s Newman Wetlands Center staff is hosting a wetlands-inspired art exhibition entitled, Unfiltered, to create discussion about the importance of wetlands and their role in creating a healthy watershed. “Our exhibit features beautiful paint, photography and poetry...

CCWA Offers Tips to Prevent Frozen or Busted Pipes


With temperatures taking a sudden plunge, busted water pipes are on everyone’s mind. Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) officials are offering tips to help residents avoid the messy and often expensive issue of busted pipes. Pipes that freeze most frequently are those that are exposed to sever...

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