Vanessa Tigert, Director
Fayette County, Georgia, October 22, 2019 – Fayette County is part of the Georgia’s Environmental Protection Division’s declaration of a Level 1 drought response. This declaration was issued October 18, 2019. (click here to read full Press Release)
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The Fayette County Water System is a part of Fayette County government, under the direction of the Fayette County Board of Commissioners, with a Water Committee acting as an advisory committee to the Board.
The Fayette County Water System provides service to Tyrone, Peachtree City, Woolsey, Brooks, part of Fayetteville and part of the unincorporated County. The Water System also serves as a backup water supply for Fayetteville that is served by its own water department.
To encourage customers to replace older inefficient toilets the Fayette County Water System is participating in the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District Residential Toilet Rebate Program. Rebates are limited and will be issued on a first-come, first serve basis.
To view rebate information and find out if you are eligible, go to www.northgeorgiawater.org/toiletrebate. The application for the rebate can be downloaded from this address.
The Fayette County Water System (" the System ") currently has a total production capacity of 22.8 million gallons per day (MGD). This capacity includes the 13.5 MGD at the Crosstown Water Plant, and 9.3 MGD from the South Fayette Water Plant. The City of Atlanta has also allocated 4.0 MGD to Fayette County.
The System currently has four raw water storage reservoirs, two of which impound Flat Creek:
The existing water distribution system is extensively developed on the east side of the County in the Fayetteville area, on the west side throughout Peachtree City and Tyrone, and in the unincorporated portions of the County.
The Water System includes more than 620 miles of water lines in various diameters and materials. All water lines are constructed by the Water System's own crews, contracted for with the construction monitored and approved by the Water System's engineer, or are constructed by subdividers and contributed to the Water System upon approval of the construction by the Water System Director.
The system wholesales water to the City of Fayetteville pursuant to a wholesale water contract which expires in the year 2034.