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Notla Water Authority

Notla Water Authority (formerly Notla Water Association) was created and established in 1965 by the Notla Water Authority Act (House Bill No. 1534). The Authority has grown from a one-well water system with a few miles of distribution lines to one of the largest rural water systems in the state of Georgia, with a surface water treatment plant, a state-certified drinking water laboratory, two groundwater wells drawing from an unconfined crystalline aquifer, and over 550 linear miles of water distribution lines.  Our water plant adds treatment chemicals aluminum sulfate, soda ash, phosphate, fluoride, and chlorine to treat the source water to a quality acceptable by the US EPA. Notla Water Authority (NWA) has 8 ground storage tanks throughout the system, with a combined storage capacity of over 3.6 million gals. NWA provides a reliable water supply to over 6,600 residential and commercial meters.

Board of Directors & Meetings

We are truly blessed to have such an experienced, hard-working group of civic minded people serving on our board of directors. These folks selflessly volunteer their time and services for the community.

Our board meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at the Notla Water office at 1:00pm. To attend these meetings, you must notify the office at least 24 hours in advance to be added to the agenda. Our board members are nominated by a committee and voted in by Notla Water members to serve a 5-year term.

United Healthcare

Transparency in Coverage Rule

UnitedHealthcare is committed to supporting the Transparency in Coverage Rule, which requires self-funded employers to publish a link for the machine-readable files (MRFs) on a public site. The link below provides public access to MRFs prepared by the insurer/TPA.

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