CCWA’s Forest Park Office will be closed this week. It is scheduled to reopen Monday, 1/25.  Our Battle Creek Rd office is open for walk-in and drive thru transactions from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Some of What We Offer.

Wetlands Center

Wetlands Center

Newman Wetlands Center is the focal point of the Clayton County Water Authority’s community education efforts.

Small Local Business

Small Local Business

In an effort to promote the participation of small and local firms in the procurement of Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Goods and Services and Professional Services, CCWA established a Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE) Program.

Recreation

Recreation

The Clayton County Water Authority offers several recreation options from fishing and hunting to bird watching and picnicking. Enjoy the beauty of nature just minutes from your back door.

CCWA Blog

CCWA Behind the Tap – D&C Crew Leader/Troubleshooter Delbert Williams
CCWA Behind the Tap – D&C Crew Leader/Troubleshooter Delbert Williams

Meet CCWA Distribution & Conveyance Crew Leader/Troubleshooter Delbert Williams. Delbert’s work day is 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. and he responds...

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CCWA Behind the Tap Spotlight – Water Production Office Assistant Cary Santoyo

CCWA Behind the Tap Spotlight – Water Production Office Assistant Cary Santoyo Meet Water Production Administrative Assistant Cary Santoyo. Cary...

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CCWA Behind the Tap Spotlight – Senior Conservationist Danielle Bunch

Meet Senior Conservationist, Danielle Bunch. Danielle oversees day to day operations at our Newman Wetlands Center, which celebrates its 25th...

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CCWA Board of Directors

The Clayton County Water Authority is governed by a Board of Directors composed of seven members. Each board member serves on a part-time basis for a term of five years and may be reappointed for additional terms. Members of the Board are appointed by the Clayton County Board of Commissioners.