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  • Columbus Water Works
    you Pay my bill online Payment Options Report a problem Frequently asked questions Career opportunities Water Quality Report Events For information on lead in drinking water click here If you have received a door hanger and would like to take the survey online please click here To view a map of the new Grease Recycling Stationary Sites c lick here CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Whether you are planning to do

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  • About Us - Columbus Water Works
    residents of the Columbus Georgia region CWW is dedicated to providing future generations with a legacy of responsible environmental stewardship of the middle Chattahoochee River watershed At the turn of the 20th century citizens of Columbus were unhappy with their water supply and were pressing for a public water system There were both quality and reliability issues associated with the private water system The private system was failing to meet the growth needs of the city Initial efforts for a public water system in Columbus Georgia came from cisterns and crude pumps as early as 1839 The first community water system was built in 1849 A marker identifying the location of the spring was placed by the Water Works on Country Club Road in 1989 During this era prior to the creation of the Board of Water Commissioners pipes were made of hollowed wooden logs and much of the water leaked from the pipes before it reached downtown A study performed in 1898 by a prominent civil engineer recommended the Chattahoochee River as the source of water supply The original water treatment plant was constructed in 1915 with further additions and modifications added throughout the years Portions remaining of the original facility include the 2 sedimentation basin and the 2 clearwell Facility upgrades and modifications from original construction occurred in 1941 1944 1957 1961 1965 1972 1977 1986 1988 1989 1991 and 1995 Maintenance of the buildings has always remained a top priority As a result building infrastructures remain in excellent condition Also plant personnel are dedicated to utmost operation maintenance and cleanliness of plant process equipment buildings and grounds In 1956 the Board of Water Commissioners assumed responsibility for the sanitary sewer system The Water Works began the wastewater program with no treatment system The first plant was built

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Communications Security and Safety Reports Fort Benning Contact Us Social Media Blog Loading Who We Are Columbus Water Works supplies drinking water and provides wastewater treatment to the Columbus area including Fort Benning as well as parts of Harris and Talbot Counties As an organization CWW has a clear vision and mission to not only sustain the current level of service but improve it for future generations We are reaching for extraordinary heights setting a goal for ourselves of being the nation s best provider of utility services This means not only integrating the delivery of safe water and collection of wastewater for the more than 250 000 residents of the Columbus region but providing future generations with a legacy of responsible environmental stewardship of the middle Chattahoochee River watershed We are excited about the possibilities and look forward to working in partnership with you to make Columbus a community among the best About Us Who We Are CWW Mission and Vision Board of Water Commissioners Executive Staff Strategic Plan History Awards Directions CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Whether you are planning to do it yourself or hire a professional smart digging means calling 811 before each job learn more EDUCATIONAL

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  • Mission and Vision
    treating wastewater and promote a legacy of responsible economic and environmental stewardship Our Vision To be an outstanding provider of utility services dedicated to protecting the environment aspiring to new opportunities and compelled to excel in service to our community Strategies Enhance Customer Satisfaction Strengthen Regional Partnerships Leverage Information Technology Optimize Infrastructure Performance Develop Sustainable Workforce Maintain Financial Stability About Us Who We Are CWW Mission and Vision Board of

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  • Columbus Water Works
    state law in 1903 When the City of Columbus and Muscogee County consolidated in 1971 the Board was brought into the consolidated government s charter Columbus Water Works is an executive department of the consolidated government with authority to establish policies and provide services CWW is funded through fees received from its rate payers and does not receive property tax dollars The Board is made up of five members with the mayor of Columbus serving as an ex officio member and the remaining four seats appointed by the Columbus City Council two from districts two at large Commissioners are appointed for four years and can serve for up to two terms The terms run through the end of the calendar year and are staggered so that only one new Commissioner is appointed at a time The Columbus Board of Water Commissioners Mr Karl Douglass Chair Mr Reynolds Bickerstaff Treasurer Mr Sanders Griffith Ms Becky Rumer Honorable Mayor Teresa Tomlinson The Board typically meets on the second Monday of each month at 1 30 p m Click here for meeting dates About Us Who We Are CWW Mission and Vision Board of Water Commissioners Executive Staff Strategic Plan History Awards Directions

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  • enhance customer satisfaction
    of where effectively managed utilities focus and what they strive to achieve The Attributes emerged from an extensive analysis by collaborating organizations of current utility management practices and discussions with leaders in the utility industry regarding what they viewed as promising developments in utility management efforts The Ten Attributes identified by the study are Product Quality Employee and Leadership Development Financial Viability Operational Resiliency Water Resource Adequacy Customer Satisfaction Operational Optimization Infrastructure Stability Community Sustainability Stakeholder Understanding and Support Columbus Water Works Strategic Journey In 2008 CWW compared the Attribute concepts to its existing strategic plan and found a strong correlation CWW then utilized the EUM self assessment methodology and successfully applied the Attributes concepts and tools through implementation of specific action plans In 2012 the strategy teams along with members of senior leadership conducted a follow up assessment of strategies goals and accomplishments to ensure continuous improvement efforts remain on track CWW s strategic direction is spelled out in strategies goals and objectives which are supported by tactics actions and responsibilities with targeted measurable performance Each strategy is implemented and managed by individual organized teams made up of diverse groups of CWW employees that include an equitable distribution of skills and resources Participation in the strategic planning initiative also embraces customers and stakeholders with periodic interviews and interactive focus groups conducted to gain input on key issues The planning process also involves identifying specific projects and activities which align with our operational direction and then developing an approach to achieve specific goals With general guidance and support from management strategy teams have been given the authority to implement specific actions and resolve issues which results in the participation of strategy team leaders and staff members in effective management improvements Click here to review CWW s Five Year Strategic Plan

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Joey Murphy Senior Vice President Division of Customer and Financial Service Joey Murphy has been with the Columbus Water Works since 1994 where he started as an Electrical Technician More John T Peebles Senior Vice President Division of Water Resource Operations John came to Columbus Water Works in May of 2006 as Construction Coordinator in Engineering responsible for Capital Improvement Projects John quickly advanced to Manager of Field Services where he was responsible for the operation and maintenance of the underground infrastructure including the water distribution and wastewater collection systems in Columbus and Fort Benning More GwenDolyn H Ruff SPHR Senior Vice President Division of Strategic Planning Employee Services and Corporate Relations GwenDolyn H Ruff SPHR serves as the SVP Strategic Planning Employee Services and Corporate Relations for Columbus Water Works Columbus Georgia More Gard Victor Vic Burchfield Vice President Division of Information Services Vic Burchfield started at the Columbus Water Works in 1986 as a chemist where he managed the Industrial Pretreatment Lab Vic was promoted to Lab Director where he managed the CWW consolidated laboratory and implemented the lab s first Laboratory Information Management System LIMS More Becky M Butts Vice President Division of Communications and Security Becky Butts serves as the VP of Corporate Relations for the Columbus Water Works Columbus Georgia More Lynn Campbell Vice President Division of Water Resources Operations Lynn began work with Columbus Water Works in 1984 and has served as the Filter Plant Asst Supt Filter Plant Supt Manger of Water Resources Operations Assistant Vice President of Water Resources Operations in 1997 and then to Vice President of Water Resources Operations in 2003 and is now Vice President of Water Resources and Managed Maintenance More Kevin White Vice President Division of Engineering Kevin White joined the Columbus Water Works in January 2014

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  • Columbus Water Works
    known as Garrard Spring then some three miles outside of Columbus In 1839 a series of hollowed out pine logs carried water into the city and faucets were installed at several intersections People would come with pitchers buckets and whatever else would hold water paying 5 cents a vessel for the privilege In 1989 a marker identifying the location of the spring and impoundment was placed by CWW on Country

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