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Fulton County Water Resources Invites Residents to “Get to Know Their H2O” | Print |

Fulton County residents and employees are invited to join the Fulton County Water Resources Division in celebrating National Drinking Water Week to learn about the water that flow from their taps. Events will be held throughout the county during the week of May 3-9, 2015 to allow residents to learn why access to public water sources that are safe and reliable is crucial for the health and prosperity of a society and about services provided by Water Resources.

Residents are encouraged to attend one of the following events:

Drinking Water Week Kick-Off

Monday, May 4, 2015, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Fulton County Government Center, 141 Peachtree Street Level, Atlanta, GA 30303

Monday, May 4, 2015, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Kirkwood Library, 11 Kirkwood Road, Atlanta, GA   30317

Drinking Water Festival (Closed to public)

Tuesday, May 5, 2015, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Chattahoochee River Nat’l Recreation Area-Paces Mill, 3444 Cobb Pkwy, Marietta, GA   30339

Drinking Water Plant Tour

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 1:00 pm

Atlanta-Fulton County Water Treatment Facility, 9750 Spruill Road, Johns Creek, GA 30022  

****Registration Required

Drinking Water Festival   (Closed to public)

Friday, May 8, 2015, 9:00am -1:00 pm

Shamrock Lake Recreation Area, 2692 Shamrock Road, Jonesboro, GA   30236

Drinking Water Week is sponsored each year by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) in conjunction with local water agencies. This year, following the theme "What do you know about H2O?", Drinking Water Week provides an opportunity for the public to recognize the essential role drinking water plays in our daily lives, with special attention on the ways in which all water consumers can get to know their H2O (1).

 

Fulton County is committed to providing our customers with a safe and adequate supply of drinking water. We actively promote conservation through our comprehensive Water Conservation Plan in addition to many other educational programs. On a daily basis, we stress the importance of being good stewards of our limited water supply to ensure water is available for generations to come. Water Conservation is everyone’s business and it begins with you!

For more information about Drinking Water Week events, please contact Sharon Smith at 404-612-8006 or Gwen Brinkley at 404-612-6379 in the Fulton County Water Resources Division.

 
 

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