Water Conservation Information

CCMWA understands that water conservation is a key factor in building a legacy of a sustainable water supply for our community.

waterSmart was created by CCMWA to help residents learn how to save water, time and money.

The Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) is dedicated to providing safe drinking and fire protection water to its utility customers and the community. CCMWA strives to deliver reliable, quality service while preserving and protecting our water resources.

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East Cobb Pipeline Project

The East Cobb Pipeline Project is replacing 6.1 miles of pipe that is more than 50 years old with new, larger pipes that will meet the CCMWA service area’s current and future water needs. The project will be completed by the end of 2017.

East Cobb Pipeline Interactive Progress Map

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Project Hotline: 770-514-5301

 

Have Questions?

How can I pay my water bill?
CCMWA is a water wholesaler and does not send out water bills to residents. If you have a question concerning a water bill, please contact your local water utility.

What are the lake levels for Lake Allatoona and Lake Lanier?
To see the current and predicted lake levels, please visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Web site at http://water.sam.usace.army.mil/fc.pdf.

Click here for the answer to these and other frequently asked questions.

East Cobb Pipeline Project Updates

March 3, 2017:

East Cobb Pipeline Update

Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority’s East Cobb Pipeline project has continued to make progress this winter. Crews continue working in two locations along Lower Roswell Road, both moving towards the Sope Creek crossing. Crew #1 is continuing pipe installation in a northeastern direction from Hillingdon Court. Crew #2 is working in a southwestern direction near Dickerson Rd. 

*IMPORTANT NOTICE * -  Paving near the one work zone between Indian Hills Pkwy and Anniston Ct. is anticipated to begin the week of March 6th.  Due to the smaller 3-lane width of roadway along Lower Roswell Road, for safety of the crews and travelling public, traffic will be restricted to one lane in the immediate work zones from Tuesday, March 7th 9 AM through Thursday, March 9th 5 PM. Paving activities will occur during extended daytime hours on Tuesday and Thursday. Paving on Wednesday will occur overnight. Traffic Control  will be in place 24 hours a day. Due to the extent of pavement reconstruction activities and safety of the public it will be necessary to restrict traffic to  one lane during this time period.

Suggested alternate route includes Old Canton Road, Roswell Road and Johnson Ferry Road.

For more information, please visit the interactive project map (click tabs 1-8 for section progress updates) and CCMWA’s website.  More frequent updates are also available through District 2 Commissioner Bob Ott’s weekly newsletter (subscribe here). For questions or concerns, please call the project hotline at 770-514-5301.  CCMWA appreciates your continued patience as construction progresses in 2017.

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CCMWA offers challenging, rewarding careers and the opportunity to work with a highly trained staff of experienced professionals.

For Residents

CCMWA is a wholesale water provider and doesn’t have residential customers. We don’t issue water bills or control water issues at a residential level. Please call your local water utility for help with these questions. Click here for our utility customers’ contact information.

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