Friday, March 27, 2015
Welcome to the Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority
The Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority was created by the state legislature in 1970. The Authority began with one full-time employee and 52 customers. Today the Authority has a staff of forty-eight full-time employees and serves 22,122 water customers and 6,048 sewer customers. Learn More About Us >>

Customer Lobby Hours:            

~ Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30

 Main Office and Drive Thru Hours: 

~ Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Main Switchboard:  

~ 770-787-1375

After Hours Emergency:                     

~ Water: 678-618-7283

~ Sewer: 678-776-1295

Helpful Hints:

How To Read Your Meter

When looking at the water meter, locate the BLACK numbers on the LEFT side of the meter dial with the WHITE background. These numbers count the number of gallons of water that have passed through your meter.Read More >>

How to Check For Leaks

A small leak, about the size of a pin head, dripping at one drop per second can add up to 7 gallons of water a day. A large leak, the kind most often found in toilets, can waste 200 gallons of water or more per day! Read More >>

Backflow Prevention

A connection between your drinking water and another source of water that combines the two when a backflow condition occurs. When this occurs, your drinking water can become contaminated. Read More >>

Water Quality Report 

Customer Notice

The Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority has been made aware of warranty companies sending letters  to customers. Below is an example.

NCWSA does not supply customer info to anyone. If you receive a mailing similar to the one below, it is not endorsed, nor recommended by NCWSA.



Latest News:

~ We offer several payment options including Online Bill Pay and Bank Draft services.

~ Our Citizen Self Service is available. View your bill, online. Citizen Self Service 

~ Billing: All meters are read electronically, thus eliminating the possibility of a visual misread.

~ Learn more about our Engineering Department and Services. Download various forms and checklists...

~ Water Reclamation: The Authority's pre-treatment process is a 24/7 operation...


~ Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority, Newton County and its municipalities Covington,

~ Mansfield, Newborn, Oxford, Porterdale Designated As Georgia’s Twenty-fifth WaterFirst® Community

~ The 2050 Plan

Local Water Restrictions:

Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority permanent restrictions are as follows:

Under a non-drought schedule, outdoor water use is allowed three days a week on assigned days using odd and even-numbered addresses.

NO watering between 10am and 4pm

EVEN-numbered and UN-numbered
residents water only on:


For ODD-numbered residents water only on:


NO watering on Friday.

Violation of the NCWSA's Restrictions Ordinance may subject offenders to fines.

New Billpay Options:

The Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority has designated Debbie Curtis as its Open Records Officer.

  All open records requests must be made to Ms. Curtis in writing through one of the following three methods:  
    1) email:
    2) fax:  (770) 786-4536 or
    3) by mail addressed to:         Debbie Curtis, Open Records Officer
                                                Newton County Water & Sewerage Authority
                                                11325 Brown Bridge Road, Covington, Georgia 30016.

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