A leak that fills up a coffee cup in 10 minutes can waste over 3,000 gallons of water in a year.
A leaky toilet can waste over 22,000 gallons of water in one year; enough to take 2-3 showers every day.
A gallon of paint or a quart of motor oil can seep into the earth and pollute 250,000 gallons of drinking water. A spilled gallon of gasoline can pollute 750,000 gallons of water.
To report a water system emergency, such as a water main break, call 770.832.1277, select Option 2, and listen to the prompts.
556 Old Bremen Road, Carrollton, GA 30117
PO Box 739, Carrollton, GA 30112
To report an emergency, such as a water main break, call 770.832.1277
The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) lifted the Level 1 Drought Response for all counties in Georgia, which means that Carroll County is currently only under a non-drought outdoor water use schedule.
All Georgians must still follow the non-drought outdoor water use scheduled required in the Water Stewardship Act of 2010. This law allows all types of outdoor water use, but landscape watering only before 10 a.m. and after 4 p.m. daily. This is done to limit evaporation during the warmest part of the day.
More information on the non-drought schedule is available 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.
Annual fishing permits and boat decals for 2019 are available at the CCWA main office Monday through Friday from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm. 2019 annual fishing permits and boat decals are valid through December 31, 2019.VIEW MORE
Need to start or stop water service with the Carroll County Water Authority We are happy to help you with that.VIEW MORE
The 2019 Consumer Confidence Report for the Carroll County Water Authority available here. CCWA takes pride in distributing quality water safely and reliably to you and your family.VIEW MORE
CCWA maintains a Cross Connection Control (or Backflow Prevention) Program to protect the public potable water distribution system from sources of pollution (low hazards) or contamination (high hazards) flowing back into the water system.VIEW MORE
Carroll County Water Authority received the 2018 Platinum Award for 100 percent Safe Drinking Water Act compliance for the 2018 calendar year.VIEW MORE
Carroll County Water Authority received the 2018 Platinum Award for complete and consistent LAS permit compliance for the 2018 calendar year.VIEW MORE