Save the Date!
Carroll County Water Authority will hold its 6th Annual Gone Fishin’ Derby at the Snake Creek Reservoir recreation area on Hutcheson Ferry Road. Come out and join us for fishin’, door prizes, and awards. Lunch is included in the derby registration, and additional lunches will be available for purchase onsite.
Check in starts at 6:00 am, blast off is at 7:00 am with final weigh-in by 2:00 pm. Pre-registration accepted through Friday, May 1st, or register onsite the day of the derby. (Cash and checks only on day of derby.)
Proceeds benefit the Carroll County Outdoor Day Camp.
Call Doug at 770.832.1277 x128 or Amanda x126 for more details.
Effective August 1, 2013, the refundable customer deposit required to establish service for Renters/Tenants increased from $100.00 to $150.00.
As of October 1, 2012, all new accounts are assessed an Account Activation Charge, which includes a refundable customer deposit and a non-refundable $50.00 setup charge.
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The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report for the Carroll County Water Authority is now available.
The Carroll County Water Authority (CCWA) takes pride in distributing quality water safely and reliably to you and your family. We produce and deliver water to almost 17,000 customer accounts, serving over 45,000 people in the CCWA service area (with only 38 employees). CCWA is a self-funding agency that receives funding from water and sewer sales.
Hard copies of the 2014 CCR are available upon request by contacting our office.
Carroll County Water Authority received the 2013 Gold Award for 100 percent Safe Drinking Water Act compliance for the 2013 calendar year.
Carroll County Water Authority earned top honors by receiving the prestigious 2014 Water Plant of the Year award from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP).
Annual fishing permits and boat decals for 2014 are available at the CCWA main office Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm.
Carroll County Water Authority is currently operating under the Georgia Water Stewardship Act that went into effect in June 2010.