Carroll County Water Authority takes pride in providing quality water safely and reliably to the residents and businesses in Carroll County. Please check this site regularly for the latest news and information regarding your water authority.
The primary drinking water supply for the Carroll County Water Authority - the Snake Creek Reservoir - covers approximately 660 acres and contains around 4 billion gallons of water.
To report a water system emergency, such as a water main break, call 770.832.1277.
March 2, 2017 - Georgia EPD has eased outdoor water use requirements in 86 counties across the state. Carroll County has been upgraded from a Level 2 Drought Response to a Level 1, which is the least restrictive of the three Drought Management regulations.
Under the current Level 1 Drought Response, customers may irrigate outdoors daily for purposes of planting, growing, managing, or maintaining ground cover, trees, shrubs, or other plants between 4 p.m. and 10 a.m. Customers may also wash cars and perform pressure washing at home.
Find out more about the Carroll County's water supply status and what activities are exempt from outdoor water use limitations here.
CCWA will continue to monitor local drought conditions and provide updates to its drought response as necessary. For further information, please contact the CCWA office at 770.832.1277.
The 2018 Consumer Confidence Report for the Carroll County Water Authority is now available.
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 with only 37 employees. CCWA is a self-funding agency that receives funding from water and sewer sales. Hard copies of the 2017 CCR are available upon request by contacting our office
Annual fishing permits and boat decals for 2018 are available at the CCWA main office Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm. 2018 annual fishing permits and boat decals are valid through December 31, 2018.