To enhance and preserve the quality of our community by being a responsible steward of the water resources with which we have been entrusted.


To be a recognized community partner and leader in the water and sewer industry.

Important Announcements:

– Due to safety concerns because of low water levels, the BT Brown Pavilion boat ramp is currently closed. We apologize for the inconvenience.

– Coweta County Water & Sewerage Authority (CCWSA) is investigating reports of discolored water within the water distribution system. Seasonal changes in our drinking water reservoir have caused an increase in Manganese, which can cause discoloration. CCWSA personnel are flushing hydrants in the system and monitoring water quality. The discoloration is only aesthetic (such as taste, odor and color) and the water is safe to drink and use. As of today, we have confirmed that water discoloration within the water distribution system is clearing. CCWSA will continue to flush the system and monitor the water quality.

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Due to the prolonged hot and dry weather, “Drought Response Level 2” water restrictions have been implemented today, October 3, 2019. You will be notified on our website and on your monthly bill when the water restriction ends. READ MORE

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Thank you for partnering with us to make a wave of change in our community!

Coweta County Water & Sewerage Authority is proud to support our community.  The Authority and employees lend a helping hand to our community through various organizations such as:

We have partnered with the Coweta Community Foundation, Inc., a Georgia non-profit corporation to provide our customers an opportunity to join us in our efforts to make a wave of change in our community. Our goal is to provide a convenient way for you to join our efforts to support our community through the good works of the following local charities:

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