Water and Sewer Provider
The Atlanta Department of Watershed Management is the water provider in Sandy Springs. If you are experiencing issues with drinking water or water-main breaks, this is who you should call. They also handle billing for both water-supply and sewer service.
If you have questions regarding your water bill, the City of Atlanta has asked that you first call the ATL311 Call Center (404-546-0311). You can also mail or fax a letter to:
City of Atlanta
Department of Watershed Management
72 Marketta St NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Atlanta Department of Watershed Management
Sewer Maintenance and New Sewer Lines
Fulton County maintains the sewer system in System in Sandy Springs. If you are experiencing problems with your sewer line (blockages etc.), this is who you should contact. Also, if your property has a septic tank and you would like to connect to the sewer system, this is where you would initiate that process.
Fulton County Sewer Services
Septic Tank and Sanitary Sewer
If your home has a septic system, be sure to keep it maintained and working properly. Here's information from Clean Water Campaign for septic system maintenance.
Georgia Power Company
You can report a power outage, including a street light out directly to Georgia Power. Note that street lights illuminate our streets, signals instruct cars when to stop and go.
Natural Gas Providers
Atlanta Gas Light operates and maintains the infrastructure that delivers the gas to customers of certified natural gas marketers. To report a gas leak, call their emergency number at 1-877-427-4321. To establish natural gas service, shop the marketeers approved by the Georgia Public Service Commission:. You will find that each company has varying rates and many offer special sign-up deals, so compare and select a provider that is right for you:
FireSide Natural Gas
Georgian Natural Gas
North American Power
True Natural Gas
Walton EMC Natural Gas
Utility Maintenance Work
Often times, utility companies dig to install new cable or work on gas, electric and other lines within our neighborhoods. Learn more about what to expect and how to find out which company is conducting work in your neighborhood.