We will be conducting maintenance on our payment system on Sunday, September 25th, starting at 8:00 AM. We anticipate having the maintenance completed by 10:00 AM. All phone and online payment access will NOT be available during this time. Thank you in advance for your patience, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


Water Use Update

Level I Drought Response Declaration

On September 9, 2016, Georgia Environmental Protection Division has declared a Level I Drought Response Declaration. Outdoor watering is permitted daily between 4PM-10AM. Cobb County encourages citizens to practice water conservation. Click here for information on conservation and efficiency programs.

WaterSense and Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday

Save Water, Energy, and Money September 30-October 2, 2016, during the WaterSense and Energy Star Sales Tax Holiday. You may also qualify for a toilet rebate on a new WaterSense Labeled toilet. Click here for more information.


Water Supply & Water Conservation Program of Excellence STREAM Awards

Congratulations to the Cobb County Water Conservation office for winning the Water Supply & Water Conservation Program of Excellence STREAM Awards for the Cobb County Water System!

News & Alerts

Water Quality Lead Concerns

Water Quality Report Now Available

Cobb County Water Quality ReportThe 2016 Cobb County Water System Consumer Confidence Report on water quality is available for download by clicking here pdf icon10x13.

Informe Anual sobre la Calidad del Agua está disponible para su descarga haciendo clic aquí pdf icon10x13.

Event Calendars

Please click here for Water System's Public Education and Outreach Event Calendars.

Notice Of Rate Adjustments Effective January 1, 2015

The Street Light Service Charge will increase from $3.50 per month to $4.00 per month.

For Cobb County retail customers located within the city limits of any of the incorporated cities of Cobb County, adopted commodity rates (water and sewer rates) are reduced by approximately 2.9 percent in recognition that most stormwater services within these cities are provided directly by the cities rather than through Cobb County.  For detail information, please click here.


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