2018 CCR Available for Most Georgia Counties

Most Georgia counties have now made their 2018 water quality report available for the public. Reports cover testing from January 1 - December 31, 2017.

The city of Atlanta has not yet released their report, but the 2017 version can be found here.

Fulton County - serves Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Roswell, Milton, and more

Read Fulton County's report here.

Overall, Fulton County met EPA standards. 1 of 50 lead samples was found to be in excellence of EPA action limits. Fulton County also noted in the report that the source water tested, does not ensure safe water for the consumer at the tap.

"The Tom Lowe Atlanta - Fulton County Water Treatment Plant is responsible for providing high quality drinking water but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components."

Gwinnett County - serves Peachtree Corners, Norcross, Duluth, Buford, Lawrenceville, Snellville, and more

Read Gwinnett County's report here.

Gwinnett County utilizes Lake Lainier to provide drinking water to almost one million residents. Gwinnett's Water Resources team is known for implementing innovative programs, such as the "Homeowner H2O" presentations and workshops, which are covered in the annual report.

Dekalb County - serves Decatur, Tucker, Stone Mountain, Lithonia, and more

Read Dekalb County's report here.

Cobb County - serves Acworth, Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, East Cobb, Powder Springs, and more

Read Cobb County's report here.

Henry County - serves McDonough, Stockbridge, Locust Grove, and more

Read Henry County's report here.

As of July 1, Henry County has released their 2018 water quality report covering five reservoirs. Henry County also hosted the 15th Annual Children's Water Festival to promote clean water awareness. General Manager Lindy Farmer has said that their “top priority as a public water utility is to provide clean, safe drinking water for our customers and for the community”.

To find your area's report, search "2018 annual water quality report + county name."