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You may now pay your bill over the phone or online at NCWSA.US using your Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. All auto pay customers must re-enroll at this time. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this transition. Please reach out to us for assistance.
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The Official Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority Website

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The Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority was created by the State of Georgia Legislature in 1970. The Authority began with one full-time employee and 52 customers. Today the Authority is made up of more than 50 dedicated professionals and serves over 23,000 water customers and more than 6,000 sewer customers.

How To:

how to read your meter

How To Read Your Meter
When looking at the water meter, locate the BLACK numbers on the LEFT side of the meter dial with the WHITE background. These numbers count the number of gallons of water that have passed through your meter. CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR METER

how to check for leaks

How to Check For Leaks
A small leak, about the size of a pin head, dripping at one drop per second can add up to 7 gallons of water a day. A large leak, the kind most often found in toilets, can waste 200 gallons of water or more per day! CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT LEAKS.

backflow prevention

Backflow Prevention
A connection between your drinking water and another source of water that combines the two when a backflow condition occurs. When this occurs, your drinking water can become contaminated. CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BACKFLOW.

The Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority has designated Emily Mills as its Open Records Officer.

All open records requests must be made to Ms. Mills in writing through one of the following three methods:
1) email:
2) fax:  (770) 786-4536 or
3) by mail addressed to: Emily Mills, Open Records Officer, Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority, 11325 Brown Bridge Road, Covington, Georgia 30016