Protect Our Water

Access to clean water is important for our safety and vitality. Stormwater and wastewater management are critical to prevent water pollution and ensure the health of our ecosystems.

There are two main types of pollution: (hover images for more information)

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Stormwater, Sewer and Septic Basics

Stormwater, Sewer and Septic Basics

Rainfall that has collected contaminants as it makes its way to our waterways as well as wastewater or sewage from homes, industries and businesses can all impact the quality of our water. Proper planning and pollution prevention are key to protecting the water in our region. Learn more

Stormwater in Our Region

Stormwater in Our Region

Our watershed management strategies as well as the public awareness and education efforts of the Clean Water Campaign address stormwater pollution and impaired waters in our region. Learn more

Wastewater in Our Region and Plan

Wastewater in Our Region and Plan

Infrastructure planning is critical to meet the wastewater treatment capacity needs to support our growing region. Through effective planning, we supports the return of safe, high-quality water to our reservoirs. Learn more

Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District
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