Since its creation in 2001, the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District (Metro Water District) has implemented one of the most comprehensive regional water management plans in the country. It is staffed by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) and includes 15 counties and 95 cities. It is the only major metropolitan area in the country with more than 100 jurisdictions implementing a long-term comprehensive water management program that is required and enforced.
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The Metro Water District establishes strategies for water supply and conservation, watershed and wastewater management. Our integrated and holistic approach to water resource management protects water quality, … Learn more
The Metro Water District, Georgia Environmental Protection Division, local governments and utilities and numerous stakeholders all play important roles in developing and implementing the District’s water resource … Learn more
Septic System Impact to Surface Water Quality Study
The Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District (the District) is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to assess the impacts of … Learn more