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  • Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    River Basin Sewer Replacement Project Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Water Main Replacement Sewer System Evaluation Survey Sewer System Rehabilitation Program Customer Service Download Atlanta Go App Water Sewer Rates Bill Pay Options More locations to serve you Additional Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Home Projects Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project Liddell Drive Equalization Facility NPU F Council District 6 What You Need To Know The Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Storage and Pumping Station project will divert sanitary sewer overflows in pipes near Peachtree Creek to a dedicated pump station and a 10 million gallon equalization facility The equalization facility is located on City of Atlanta property on Liddell Drive just west of Cheshire Bridge Road bordering the CSX rail right of way After considering several alternatives it was determined that this option would provide more efficient operational and maintenance performance and ensure a greater likelihood of compliance with the Consent Decree date of July 1 2014 Construction began in March 2013 and is

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/projects/peachtree-creek-capacity-relief-project/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    and Ormond avenues The Department of Watershed Management DWM responded immediately to perform on site inspections and a review of the collection and conveyance system Under the Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Initiative DWM developed a holistic approach to flood mitigation and identified short term and long term projects to address flooding concerns within the Custer Avenue Combined Sewer Overflow CSO basin Project Highlights Following the July 2012 storm event DWM completed eight short term projects to provide immediate relief to residents including construction of bioswales along Crumley Street and in Rosa Burney Park and rain garden installation near Dunbar Elementary School and on Ira and Sydney streets In February 2014 DWM completed construction of a five million gallon storage vault underneath the media parking lot at Turner Field as part of the City s long term goal to alleviate area flooding The Department is currently installing approximately six miles of permeable pavers in Peoplestown Mechanicsville and Summerhill communities Permeable pavers are designed to intercept detain and eventually release stormwater that falls on roadways and adjacent sidewalks News The Weather Channel November 22 2015 https www youtube com watch v EwzLx9elNBc feature youtu be Atlanta neighbors try to avoid eviction demolition of home October 13 2015 http www cbs46 com story 30038512 peoplestown neighbors fight demolition of homes Atlanta Is Home To Largest Permeable Pavers Project In US November 1 2015 http news wabe org post atlanta home largest permeable pavers project us Deadline arrives for Peoplestown homeowners to accept city s offer September 16 2015 http www cbs46 com story 30048937 neighbors fight city over property values and relocation City s plan to prevent Peoplestown flooding could mean moving 93 year old longtime resident September 14 2015 http clatl com freshloaf archives 2015 09 14 citys plan to prevent peoplestown

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/projects/southeast-atlanta-green-infrastructure/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Water Main Replacement - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Home Projects Water Main Replacement Water Main Replacement The City of Atlanta s Water Main Replacement Program is designed to replace and rehabilitate aged and deteriorating water mains throughout the city Many of the pipes in the system were installed in the early 1900s and are small in comparison to modern standards in water mains The small size and age of the pipes coupled with corrosion and sediment accumulation over the years has affected the flow rate and quality of water in some Atlanta communities Replacing water mains is necessary business Chances are we will come to your community Review the links below WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS Southeast Fact Sheet Area Map NORTHSIDE DRIVE TRANSMISSION MAIN REPLACEMENT Fact Sheet GDOT Fact Sheet Frequently Asked Questions Why is the City doing this The City has identified a number of aging and deteriorating water mains in the system These pipes are being replaced with new ones to improve water supply and water quality to customers How long will this go on What are the work hours The duration for construction in each project area is 1 year work on individual streets may range between four 4 and ten 10 weeks The allowable working hours are from 7 a m to 7 p m However depending on the location the time frame may be shorter Will my water be turned off And if so how long Will this work disrupt fire protection Yes The Department will notify you 24 hours in advance of a disconnection The water will be off at least twice once to connect the new water main to the distribution system and once to transfer your service line to the

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/projects/water-main-replacement/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Sewer System Evaluation Survey - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    Improvement Water Supply Program Historic Old Fourth Ward Detention Pond South River Basin Sewer Replacement Project Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Water Main Replacement Sewer System Evaluation Survey Sewer System Rehabilitation Program Customer Service Download Atlanta Go App Water Sewer Rates Bill Pay Options More locations to serve you Additional Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Home Projects Sewer System Evaluation Survey Sewer System Evaluation Survey Since 2004 the Department of Watershed Management has conducted a comprehensive and thorough evaluation of the sanitary sewer system The Sewer System Evaluation Survey SSES program was the critical first step in bringing Atlanta s aging sewer system up to standards and protecting the quality of life for Atlanta ratepayers by eliminating Sanitary Sewer Overflows SSOs Through the efforts of the SSES program approximately 60 000 manholes and 2 200 miles of sanitary sewers were inspected for cracks collapses and blockages After extensive review of the sewer system a rehabilitation plan was developed identifying necessary sewer repairs and replacement In severe situations immediate repairs

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/projects/sewer-system-evaluation-survey/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Sewer System Rehabilitation Program - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    Sewer Rates Bill Pay Options More locations to serve you Additional Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Home Projects Sewer System Rehabilitation Program Sewer System Rehabilitation Program The second component of the City s efforts to overhaul Atlanta s sewer system to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows is the rehabilitation portion Following the sewer investigations under the SSES program the field information was analyzed to identify specific locations in the system where construction rehabilitation and repair work was needed After extensive investigation and documentation of defects was completed a rehabilitation plan was developed identifying necessary sewer repairs and replacement What is the Project Status Work is currently underway to rehabilitate lines identified under the SSES program as in need of repair If you live in the affected area you can expect to see field crews replacing sewer lines that run under city streets and roads and on private property within the City s easement You can also expect written notifications door hangers and automated phone messages alerting you when construction will take place on your

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/projects/sewer-system-rehabilitation-program/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Customer Service - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    M Clayton WRC Headworks Improvement Water Supply Program Historic Old Fourth Ward Detention Pond South River Basin Sewer Replacement Project Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Water Main Replacement Sewer System Evaluation Survey Sewer System Rehabilitation Program Customer Service Download Atlanta Go App Water Sewer Rates Bill Pay Options More locations to serve you Additional Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Download Atlanta Go App Water Sewer Rates Bill Pay Options More locations to serve you Additional Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Home Customer Service Customer Service The City of Atlanta is committed to providing quality customer service that exceeds the Public s expectations for timely and effective delivery of City services In the Department of Watershed Management we will fulfill that commitment by sustaining high quality customer service through accuracy accountability and communication The information on these pages is intended to guide you

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/customer-service/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Download Atlanta Go App - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    Clayton WRC Headworks Improvement Water Supply Program Historic Old Fourth Ward Detention Pond South River Basin Sewer Replacement Project Peachtree Creek Capacity Relief Project Southeast Atlanta Green Infrastructure Water Main Replacement Sewer System Evaluation Survey Sewer System Rehabilitation Program Customer Service Download Atlanta Go App Water Sewer Rates Bill Pay Options More locations to serve you Additional Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers

    Original URL path: http://www.atlantawatershed.org/customer-service/download-atlanta-go-app/ (2016-05-01)
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  • Rates - City of Atlanta, Watershed Management
    Customer Service Locations Late Fee Establish Service Forms Bill Calculator Adjustment Dispute Answers For Customers Small Meter Audit Irrigation Meters Backflow Compliance Grease Management Care and Conserve Care and Conserve Grant Services Home Customer Service Water Sewer Rates Water Sewer Rates Atlanta s rates have increased over the past decade to help pay for the 4 billion Clean Water Atlanta initiative a federally mandated overhaul of the City s aging and deteriorated sewer systems The rates are tiered to reward conservation City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management customers are billed monthly for water and sewer fees The water meter is read monthly to determine consumption New Rates Effective 07 01 2011 For more detailed information on the rate structure please click here The work the City has completed under Clean Water Atlanta has dramatically reduced sewer overflows that used to plague the Chattahoochee and South rivers and their tributaries Sewer overflows have been reduced by 70 percent in number and 97 percent by volume Atlanta s efforts to comply with the requirements of the federal mandates have been termed remarkable by Federal District Court Judge Thomas Thrash who oversees the implementation of the consent decrees Some facts about water sewer rates Water sewer rates are based on consumption Water use is measured in CCF 100 cubic feet and 1 CCF equals about 749 gallons of water So if you use four CCF you are using 4x749 or 2 996 gallons of water every month Please refer to our Bill Calculator for the total amount that would have to be paid Atlanta and other local water service providers have adopted a conservation based rate structure as a financial incentive to encourage customers to use less water Per CCF rates increase with usage customers pay one rate for the first three

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