Public Works Department Water Department
320 East Foster Avenue - Dallas GA 30132
Phone 770-443-8110 Fax 770-443-5462
(New water service, billing info, cancellation of water service)

Water - Sewer - Utility Application

The City of Dallas currently purchases water from the Paulding County Water System and predominately originates from Lake Allatoona. Our city distributes to approximately 2,650 customers.

Ninety-three percent of these customers are residential. The City of Dallas water system serves a customer base of residential, governmental, light industrial and commercial. Our residential water system customers use an average of 230 gallons per day.

The city's water distribution system is comprised of almost 37 miles of pipe. We operate one elevated water tank with a storage volume of 500,000 gallons.

Stormwater Division

Public Works Department
320 East Foster Avenue - Dallas GA 30132
Phone 770-443-8110 X1503 //  Fax 770-443-5462
Joey Collings Stormwater Inspector / Environmental Compliance

The City of Dallas Stormwater Department Mission

To provide a comprehensive program for watershed management which includes: seeking out alternative funding mechanisms to enhance the city's stormwater management system; establishing programs to address infrastructure problems; cost effective design and construction of the necessary improvements; providing leadership through the implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs) that will enhance water quality throughout the region; and improving the overall quality of life for our citizens.

Responsibilities of the Stormwater Department

Maintain the drainage infrastructure. This includes cleaning stormdrain pipes and ditches. Repairing curbs & gutters, catch basins and installing new drainage systems.

Operates street sweepers and a vacuum truck to keep drains clear of debris. Uses various construction equipment for small drainage projects such as driveway pipe replacements, catch basin repairs and stream bank repairs.

Oversees capital improvement projects such as regional detention pond construction and large storm sewer replacements.

Inspects new construction sites for compliance with erosion control and city development standards, as well as monitoring for illegal dumping and litter.
Oversees the planting and removal of trees within the City's right of way.

The primary focus of the Stormwater Department is to address:

The growing environmental concerns over in-stream water quality Increased regulatory demands in stormwater runoff control

Increased infrastructure operation and maintenance costs A backlog of drainage/flood control related capital project needs.