About White County Water Authority

The White County Water Authority was created as a political subdivision of the State of Georgia by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on March 28, 1984 to facilitate providing water service to citizens of White County. However, the Authority is not a taxing entity and therefore operates as an enterprise, meaning it operates solely off of the revenues from water bills and fees.

The Authority is governed by a Board of Directors composed of seven members. The operations of the Authority utilizes a Board of Directors-Administrator form of organization. The Executive Director is appointed by and reports to the Board. The Board adopts a balanced budget annually and establishes billing rates and fees for the operations of the Water Authority. The Executive Director has the responsibility of administering operations in accordance with the policies and the annual budget adopted by the Board of Directors.

The goal for White County Water Authority is to provide reliable water services to our community through innovation, efficiency and the protection of our water environment.

White County Water Authority

March 12th, 2016|0 Comments

ABOUT WHITE COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY The White County Water Authority was created as a political subdivision of the State of Georgia by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on March 28, 1984 to facilitate [...]

July 2016 Projects Update

February 4th, 2016|0 Comments

  White County Water Authority Operations & Projects - July 2016 Update It is the WCWA's plan to publish quarterly updates to current and pending projects. Hwy 115 W - Complete - This project consisted of [...]

BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED 10/8/15 2:00PM

October 18th, 2015|0 Comments

If you experienced a water outage or low water pressure in the following areas: Springcrest Subdivision, Rose Road, Logans Ridge and Highland Forest, please boil water until you have been notified that your water has [...]

GA EPD NEWS RELEASE – Level 1 Drought Response and Water Restrictions

June 17th, 2015|0 Comments

Sept.9, 2016 Georgia EPD Declares Level 1 Drought Response, Encourages Water Conservation Persistent dry conditions have prompted the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) to declare a Level 1 Drought Response in 53 counties. A Level [...]