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PCWASA (770) 487-7993

1127 Highway 74 South • Peachtree City, GA 30269

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Overview

The Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority (PCWASA) is governed by a five-member Authority Board. Board Members are appointed by the Mayor and City Council to serve five-year terms.  The five-member PCWASA Board meets on the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the board room of the PCWASA Headquarters office at 1127 Highway 74 South.

The daily operation of the Authority and its system are the responsibility of the General Manager, who reports to the Board. The Authority’s organizational structure is divided into three divisions – Operations, Collections/Conveyance, and Technical Services. 

PCWASA owns and operates two wastewater treatment facilities, as well as approximately 200 miles of gravity sewer and force main and 35 pumping stations, which serve more than 10,000 customers within Peachtree City.  Aproximately 75 percent of the PCWASA sewer infrastructure has been in service for nearly 20 years or more, with the oldest sewers installed approximately 45 years ago.

The Authority, as a public non-profit corporation, is authorized to acquire, construct, rehab, improve, and/or extend sewer infrastructure for the collection, treatment, and disposal of sewage waste, and any related facilities or services.

The PCWASA sewer system provides sewer services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers located within the corporate limits of Peachtree City and within some unincorporated areas of Fayette County that are adjacent to the City.  The geographic service area of PCWASA is approximately 24 square miles.

Fayette County Government currently operates the water system that serves the residents and businesses of the county and within the city limits of Peachtree City -- the service area for PCWASA customers.  Peachtree City residents, then, receive their drinking water from Fayette Water System and their sewer services from PCWASA.  The city of Fayetteville is the only other public sewer system that operates in Fayette County.