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Watershed Management The source of DeKalb County's drinking water is the Chattahoochee River. Streams in DeKalb County are protected and restored by a combination of ordinances and programs aimed at reducing pollutants and unsightly trash. The county stream buffer ordinance limits development within 75 feet of streams.
Watershed Management The source of DeKalb County's drinking water is the Chattahoochee River. Streams in DeKalb County are protected and restored by a combination of ordinances and programs aimed at reducing pollutants and unsightly trash. The county stream buffer ordinance limits development within 75 feet of streams.
Watershed Management The source of DeKalb County's drinking water is the Chattahoochee River. Streams in DeKalb County are protected and restored by a combination of ordinances and programs aimed at reducing pollutants and unsightly trash. The county stream buffer ordinance limits development within 75 feet of streams.
What are the water billing cycles for DeKalb County customers? DeKalb County has two (2) billings cycles \u2013 monthly and bi-monthly. The monthly cycle is approximately 30 days and the bi-monthly cycle is approximately 60 days.
There will be no late penalties for forwarded payments. Customers may continue making payments by phone at 1-866-227-8924; in the lobby at 774 Jordan Lane, Suite 200, Decatur, GA 30033; and online at www.dekalbcountyga.gov.
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What are the water billing cycles for DeKalb County customers? DeKalb County has two (2) billings cycles \u2013 monthly and bi-monthly. The monthly cycle is approximately 30 days and the bi-monthly cycle is approximately 60 days.
To establish sanitation service, contact the county at (404) 294-2900 or sanitation@dekalbcountyga.gov. Water service is provide by the DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management and must be established directly with them.
The source for DeKalb County's drinking water is the Chattahoochee River. DeKalb County has a Raw Water Pumping Station, in north Fulton County above the City of Atlanta. The Chattahoochee River begins as a small stream just north of the northeast Georgia community of Helen.
The source for DeKalb County's drinking water is the Chattahoochee River. DeKalb County has a Raw Water Pumping Station, in north Fulton County above the City of Atlanta. The Chattahoochee River begins as a small stream just north of the northeast Georgia community of Helen.
What are the water billing cycles for DeKalb County customers? DeKalb County has two (2) billings cycles \u2013 monthly and bi-monthly. The monthly cycle is approximately 30 days and the bi-monthly cycle is approximately 60 days.

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