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Water and Sewerage Authority
PCWASA
Contact
Stephen Hogan
General Manager
1127 S. Highway 74
Peachtree City, GA  30269

Phone: 770-487-7993

The Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority (PCWASA) is a publicly owned utility charged with the collection and treatment of public, commercial, and industrial wastewater within the city of Peachtree City.

Sewer System
The Authority owns and operates the entire sewer system infrastructure located in Peachtree City. Georgia Utilities privately owned the city’s sanitary sewer before the Authority purchased the system in 1996. The city’s potable water supply infrastructure is owned and operated by Fayette County Water System.The current sewer system infrastructure in Peachtree City consists of two wastewater treatment plants, 35 pump stations, approximately 78,000 linear feet (14.5 miles) of force main, and approximately 900,000 linear feet (171 miles) of gravity sewer.

Board
The Peachtree City Water & Sewerage Authority is overseen by a board that consists of 5 citizens appointed by City Council. The Authority is divided into three divisions, Collections, Operations, and Technical Services.

The five-member board meets on the first Monday of each month, 6:30 p.m., at the Authority offices, 1127 Highway 74 South.

Members
  • John Dufresne - Alternate
  • Terry Garlock
  • John Harrell
  • William Holland 
  • Phil Mahler
  • Cliff Stern

Volunteer
The City will be accepting applications to volunteer in the fall of 2014. Applicants must have lived in Peachtree City for at least 6 months. The Mayor and Council appoint Water & Sewerage Authority members to 5-year terms.