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Fulton County Public Works Now Accepting Entries for 2019 Calendar Contest

The Water Art Calendar contest, open to students in grades K-12, encourages students to think about how our water choices can impact our water supply, environment, and quality of life.   Visit our Water Art Calendar page to download the contest guidelines and entry form.

Conservation 101 Workshop June 28th at Milton Library

Join us June 28th at the Milton Branch Library for a Water Conservation 101 workshop to learn how you can save water and money by making some basic changes around your home.   For more information, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at (404) 612-8006.

Cool Waters Educator Workshop Open for Registration

This summer, Fulton County Public Works will partner with other area utilities to present the 2018 Cool Waters educator workshop.   The workshop is open to teachers at all grade levels and focuses on water and wastewater treatment and watershed stewardship.   Participants will become certified Project WET educators. Register online at www.gawp.org.

Fulton County Announces 3rd Annual Model Water Tower Competition

Teachers of 6th-8th grade students at Fulton County public and private schools have until April 30th to register their students for the Fulton County Model Water Tower Competition.   Participation is free in this fun, hands-on, engineering design contest.   For more information contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at (404) 612-8006.

Veolia Accepting Resumes for Summer Internship Program

Veolia's summer internship program is open to high school and college students, and gives participants and understanding of the water and wastewater treatment processes while introducing them to some of the many career opportunities available in water.

Public Meeting on Big Creek WRF Expansion Project March 29

Fulton County Public Works will hold a public meeting on March 29 at the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell to provide an overview of the project to expand Big Creek Water Reclamation Facility, as well as information on the project schedule and future opportunities for community input.

Public Meetings on Water and Sewer Ordinance Revisions March 21 and 22

Fulton County Public Works is seeking community input on proposed revisions to the county's water and sewer ordinance, and will hold two public meetings, one on March 21 at the Water Resources Operations Center in Alpharetta, and one on March 22 at the South Service Center in College Park.

Fulton County Celebrates U.S. EPA Fix a Leak Week March 19-25

Join Fulton County Public Works staff for events throughout the week to learn how to save water and money by finding and fixing common household leaks.   Learn more on our website.  

"Love Your Septic Tank" Workshops coming in February

Join staff from Fulton County Public Works and Board of Health for a free workshop on the basic Do's and Don'ts of septic tank maintenance.   Two workshops will be held: a North Fulton workshop on February 15th and a South Fulton workshop on February 22nd.   Contact   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  at (404) 612-7400 for more information.    

Senior Workshops Focus on Preventing Frozen Pipes

Fulton County Public Works staff will conduct workshops at three senior centers in January 2018 to help residents prevent damage from frozen or burst pipes.   Our Protect Your Pipes fact sheet can also help you prepare for winter weather.

Water Art Calendar Contest Winners Recognized by Board of Commissioners

The 22 winners whose artwork appear in the 2018 Water Art Calendar were recognized on December 20th with a reception at the Fulton County Government Center and a proclamation by the Board of Commissioners.

Septic Tank Basics Workshop for Homeowners December 7th, 2017

Join staff from Fulton County and the City of Milton for a free workshop to learn the basics of septic tank maintenance and preventing major issues. Contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at (404) 612-7400 for more information.    

October 28, 2017 is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Drug Take Back

Find one of the year-round permanent drop-off locations near you.

Water & Sewer Rate Changes

New water and sewer rates will go into effect October 1st, 2017.  Learn more about new rates in our Monthly Water & Sewer Rates and Fees brochure.

Service Lateral Responsibility

Do you know exactly who is responsible for maintaining or repairing the water and sewer pipes that lead from the street to your home or business? Our Service Lateral Responsibility fact sheet can help.




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