The Macon Water Authority

790 Second Street • Macon, GA 31202-0108 • (478) 464-5600


New Chairman, D3 Member join two re-elected to MWA


As a result of the election on May 20, the Macon Water Authority has a new Chairman and District 3 Member, while two other district Members were re-elected to the Board. Sam Hart, former Chairman of the Bibb County Board of Commissioners prior to consolidation, won the county-wide election for Ch...

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Kids Fishing Derby set for May 31


The countdown is on and it won’t be long until hundreds of children and youth vie for the biggest catch of the day at the 2014 Macon Water Authority (MWA) Kids Fishing Derby, sponsored by Academy Sports + Outdoors. This year’s Kids Fishing Derby is set for Saturday May 31, at the Authority’...

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Amerson Plant Open House set for May 8


So what do you know about H2O? The Macon Water Authority (MWA) hopes you find out during an Open House at its Frank C. Amerson, Jr. Water Treatment Plant on Thursday May 8, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The MWA Open House at the Amerson Plant, located at 703 Riverbend Drive, is being held during ...

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MWA dedicates statue of Mr. Amerson


Macon Water Authority (MWA) board members, employees, family, and friends honored the memory of the late Frank C. Amerson, Jr. with the dedication of a life-sized statue of his likeness on Tuesday April 8, at the Water Treatment Plant that bears his name. The ceremony at the Amerson Plant, locat...

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MWA an Environmental Education Partner


The first signs of success for the Amerson River Park Environmental Education Program this year could be seen on the faces of the seventh grade students who participated in field trips to the site where the old Macon Water Authority Riverside Water Plant once stood. They were learning by doing, ...

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