Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority

"Award-Winning Service
For Our Local Community"

8763 Hospital Drive, Douglasville, Georgia 30134       P.O. Box 1157, Douglasville, Georgia 30133          (770) 949-7617    7:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. Monday - Friday
Jun 282016
 

Each year, the Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority publishes a report on water quality for the community. The report details the quality of water in Douglas County and gives helpful resources and information for our consumers who want to learn more about their drinking water. To view the 2016 Water Quality Report, please click here. If you would like a paper copy mailed to your home, please call (770) 920-3850 and leave a message with your address or email AskWSA@nullddcwsa.com.

May 242016
 

The Bear Creek Water Treatment Plant was honored to receive the 2016 “Plant of the Year” award from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals. This award is given to the best managed, best operated facilities in the state. The plant inspection process is an arduous task and includes more than 20 pages of criteria to determine the final score of the facility. WSA was competing against four other facilities in their size category: Cherokee County, City of Cartersville, Forsyth County, and Dalton Utilities. In the end, Bear Creek received a total score of 98.22 percent and was awarded “Plant of the Year” in the 15 to 50 MGD (million gallons per day) category. The Bear Creek plant is responsible for providing safe, clean drinking water to the majority of Douglas County residents. Winning this award, along with the pride and care our treatment plant staff display day in and day out, exemplifies the dedication WSA’s staff has to their profession and to the community as a  whole.

Plant of the Year Bear Creek Staff 2016

 

Bear Creek Plant Staff accepting the “Plant of the Year” award at the GAWP spring conference.

Pictured left to right: Bryan Kelly, Brian Angeli, Nathan Trice, Bo Adcock, and Mike Henry.

 

 

 

 

WSA Board of Directors with Steve Green Plant of the Year 2016

 

 

The Board of Directors celebrates WSA’s commitment to “Award-Winning Service for our Local Community.”

Pictured left to right: Jeff Noles, Mayor Rochelle Robinson, Kerry Rigdon, Steve Green (Water Operations Manager), David Boatright, Chairman Tom Worthan, Layne Smith, and John Citizen.

Mar 162016
 
The Dog River Recreational Complex is now open for the 2016 season. Douglas County residents and business owners are invited to enjoy a day of fishing at our scenic reservoir or a family picnic at our pavilion. Any one interested in obtaining a season pass is welcome to come by our administrative building located at 8763 Hospital Drive to do so. For additional details, the brochure which contains a list of the access fees, the user regulations, a map of the Reservoir, and the history, can be found here Dog River Recreation Complex or by calling (770) 949-7617.
Oct 072015
 

What’s important in the world of water? Read all about in the Fall 2015 edition of The Waterline, your number one source for all things water, wastewater, and stormwater in Douglas County. Click HERE to view the current issue!

Jul 082015
 

The Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority will now release bid invitations and opportunities on this site. They can be viewed from the Find It Fast menu under “Contract Opportunities.” Printed notices of bid invitations will also continue to run in the Douglas County Sentinel. Any questions or comments may be directed to jmorency@nullddcwsa.com.