header638237437330330000
Water Leaks
previous arrow
next arrow
Shadow

Programs & Priorities

The City of Atlanta may experience up to 30 water main breaks and other emergency repairs each month. When this occurs, water service may be disrupted to homes and businesses while crews make the necessary repairs in a timely manner. View our map to see where crews are working.

Our projects are classified into two categories Clean Water Atlanta and Capital Improvement Program projects. We want you to learn more.

The $320 million project is complete, and we have increased our three-day water supply to have a minimum of 30 days. This ensures that our residents and businesses have access to clean, safe drinking water for the next 100 years.

The City offers financial assistance to low to moderate income ratepayers who are having difficulty paying water and sewer bills through an innovative program called Care & Conserve.

The Department of Watershed Management (DWM) created the Small Business Development Program (SBDP) over 15 years ago to help business owners take their business to the next level.

The $320 million project is complete, and we have increased our three-day water supply to have a minimum of 30 days. This ensures that our residents and businesses have access to clean, safe drinking water for the next 100 years.

Emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime. Know what to do before, during, and after an emergency is a critical part of being prepared and may make all the difference when seconds count. Sign up for a local emergency alert system such as the City of Atlanta’s NotifyATL, ReadyGeorgia, or local news alerts.

Our water taste good and it shows. We work around the clock to ensure that our residents and businesses have access to clean, safe drinking water.

Our document repository is used to keep deparment documents securely stored and organized in a centralized location so that public can access files easily, whenever they need them. You can access our consent decree documents here.

311 is Atlanta’s primary phone number for government information and non-emergency services. Whether you’re a resident, business owner, or visitor, help is just a click or call away.

Georgia Relay is a free public service provided by the State of Georgia to make communicating by telephone easy, accessible and reliable for everyone, including people who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking.

Our Address

72 Marietta Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

City Directory

Need to contact another city department?