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Entries by Tim McCart
Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority awarded $25 million loan for wastewater treatment facility ATLANTA – January 28, 2019. The Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority was awarded a $25,000,000 Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) loan by the Georgia EnvironmentalFinance Authority (GEFA) board of directors. The loan will finance the construction of the Little […]
PUBLIC NOTICE WHO: Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority Board Members WHAT: Work Session WHEN: Saturday, January 12, 2019, 11:30 AM WHERE: Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority 11325 Brown Bridge Road Covington, GA 30016
NCWSA ROLLS OUT SECURE, CONVENIENT, USER-FRIENDLY ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM New Software Enhances the Customer Experience Customer Portal Pay Your Bill By Phone: 844-216-1987. Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority, on April 27, 2018, implemented a more secure, convenient and user-friendly online payment system for our customers. The new and improved interface provides myriad benefits to customers, […]
Distinguished Budget Presentation Award Program The following entities have won GFOA’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the first time: West County Wastewater District, California; Newton County Water and Sewerage, Georgia; Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority, Michigan; City of Horseshoe Bay, Texas; City of Donna, TX Government; and City of Staunton, Virginia.
NCWSA 2017 Water Quality Report NCWSA Surface Water to Tap Have you ever had water that had a dis-satisfactory color, odor or taste? You would wonder if it was safe to drink, wouldn’t you? At NCWSA, we understand that you only expect the best water that is pleasing to sight and smell and guarded against […]
Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority permanent restrictions are is follows: Drought Response Level I Measures: Under a Level 1 Drought Response, the outdoor water use schedule required under the Water Stewardship Act of 2010 remains in place. This schedule allows outdoor water use year-round between 4 p.m. and 10 a.m. In addition, the following […]