Thank you for visiting the City of Powder Springs Water Department web pages. Within these pages you'll find plenty of useful information from new service, billing, water conservation tips, plus much more.
Visit us or call us:
Powder Springs City Hall
4484 Marietta St.
Powder Springs, GA 30127
Hours of operation:
Our customer service representatives are available to help you by phone or in person
Monday through Fridays, 8:00am til 5:00pm.
As a customer of the Powder Springs Water System, we distribute treated water and collect wastewater in a manner safe to you and your families and the environment.
The City of Powder Springs purchases water from the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA), a utility providing treated drinking water on a wholesale basis to other cities and counties. Tap water is delivered to more than 6500 customer accounts representing approximately 16,000 people in the Powder Springs Water System's service area.
Where the Water Comes From
Your water comes from one of three sources. Most of the water is drawn from the Chattahoochee River and Lake Allatoona. In recent years, a supplemental groundwater (well) source has been tapped during peak demand times. These sources are located entirely in Georgia. The CCMWA has two plants that treat as much as 136 millions gallons per day (MGD) of drinking water fed from the two bodies of surface water. Quarles Treatment Plant treats Chattahoochee River water and Wyckoff Treatment Plant treats Lake Allatoona Water. After treatment at the CCMWA plants, the finished water is fed into the Powder Springs Water System's distribution lines and finally to your home or business.