Hart County

Water and Sewer

Hart County Water and Sewer Authority. Responsibly Serving Hart County's Water and Sewer Needs and Growing.

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HCWSA History - About Hart County Water and Sewer Authority

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Five-person Board that is appointed by the Board of Commissioners and serves staggered, four-year terms.

2021 Water Quality Report Hart County Water and Sewer Authority

The Hart County Water and Sewer Authority (HCWSA) is pleased to report that your tap water met or exceeded United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) drinking waterhealth standards...

Public Health - COVID-19

In the interest of public health and to protect Authority employees and you from the spread of COVID-19, we ask that you use the dropbox for all payments. You may also make online payments.

Who we are...

The Hart County Water and Sewer Authority was created in 1992 by an act of the Georgia Legislature to "be the primary supplier of water and sewer utilities and services in the unincorporated areas of Hart County".

Need New Service?

If you are in need of water service at a new address, please be sure to read our policies for establishing a new account in the document listed on our documents page and below. If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding these policies, water rates, or if you are ready to open an account, please call or email us at our office.

From an Lake Hartwell to Home and Office

For the last 20 years, we have been supplying the Hart County residents homes and offices with high-quality water from our very own Lake Hartwell access near our plant.

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NOTE: This is a courtesy notification to advise you that on April 2, 2020, the eCheck convenience fee will change to $1.99 per transaction. Please note that there will be no change to the credit or debit payment convenience fee, which will remain the same at 2.95%.

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Latest News Posts

Georgia Academy for Economic Development 2022

  • by Georgia Academy for Economic Development
  • The Board of the Georgia Academy for Economic Development announces recent participants from the April 27, 2022 The Essentials program held in Gainesville.

2021 Water Quality Report

  • by Ms. Holly McBrayer
  • The Hart County Water and Sewer Authority (HCWSA) is pleased to report that your tap water met or exceeded United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)