Have You Heard?
"Go Green" with Paperless Billing
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 13:38

WSA customers can now “Opt-In” for electronic delivery of our billing statements and go paperless.  The process is simple.  Enroll in our online bill pay system by clicking the blue "To Pay Online" button to your left. Enroll even if you don’t wish to make internet payments.  Once enrolled, log in to the system and select “Profile Options/Accounts/Add-Change Accounts” and follow the instructions.  The “Opt-In” selection stops the paper bill from being mailed to you.  You can always go back and “Opt-Out” if you find that this process does not work for you.

Once you have opted to go paperless, you will receive a monthly email advising you when your statement is ready for viewing.  Just click on the link provided in the email and it will take you right to the online system.  You can view the billing statement, print it if you wish, and then choose the payment option you prefer to make your payment.

Try it.  See how “Going Green” works for you.  Call our office if you experience any problems with the set up (770) 920-3823.

Dog River Recreational Complex Open for 2014
The Dog River Recreational Complex will opened for the 2014 season on March 1st. Douglas County residents and business owners are invited to enjoy a day of fishing at our scenic reservoir or a family picnic at our pavilion. Any one interested in obtaining a season pass is welcome to come by our administrative building located at 8763 Hospital Drive to do so. For additional details, the brochure which contains a list of the access fees, the user regulations, a map of the Reservoir, and the history, can be found here: click here.
2013 Report on Drinking Water Quality is Out
WSA's 2013 Annual Report on Drinking Water is available for your review.  Please click here.
Have You Received a Plastic Bottle and a Blue Form at Your Residence?
A company called United Distributors, Inc. is soliciting the purchase of their water processors and water purifiers by leaving a water bottle and a blue "Water Analysis Data Form" at area residences.  WSA is in no way involved in this solicitation.  Please read the entire form carefully.  The form says they are "not the County, City, State or your local utility company".  The form also says their "company markets water processors and water purifiers".  Please use your own judgement as to whether or not you want to fill out this form.
Misleading Mail Notice
WSA wishes to make its customers aware of an advertisement which is being mailed to Douglas County residents by a private company called "American Water Resources".  Upon initial glance at the advertisement, you might deduce that the ad is either from us and/or that the company is participating with us.  WSA is in no way participating with this company, nor is WSA endorsing it.