Protecting Georgia’s natural resources and ensuring adequate water supplies is a priority at all levels of government.  Numerous federal and state programs provide financial support for water quality and quantity related projects.  Leveraging these resources to advance water related priorities is essential to Georgia’s future growth and development. Sound planning ensures wise investments of these limited financial resources in infrastructure and best management practices to conserve and protect water resources.


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Case Studies

The Butts County Water & Sewer Authority serves Butts County and its three municipalities – Flovilla, Jackson, and Jenkinsburg. The Authority manages two water treatment plants, pumping and storage facilities, more than 250 miles of water distribution mains, and a wastewater treatment system serving the Interstate 75 corridor.

Bryant Commons is a park located southeast of downtown Hinesville, Ga., with a veteran’s memorial, walking trails, an open-air pavilion and a 1,500 seat amphitheater. The lake in the park is a popular spot for local residents, as well as visitors to the city. Hinesville is home to the Fort Stewart Military Museum, which focuses on the history of Fort Stewart, the 3rd and 24th Infantry Divisions, and its former use as an anti-aircraft training unit and prisoner of war camp during World War II.