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Department of Water Resources Events
This fall the Department of Water Resources has something for everyone! 

            Watershed Cleanup Events . . . Open House . . . Workshops

                       Make plans to join us at one of these activities.

Pre-registration is recommended for several of these events.  If pre-registration is requested or recommended, a link will be included with the event information.

Want to learn more about what happens at a Watershed Cleanup Event?  Here are a few videos from past events:

Great Gwinnett Wetlands 2017

Great Days of Service 2016

Great Gwinnett Wetlands 2015

Jackson Creek Watershed Cleanup 2015

Check this page often for updates on all of DWR's Community Events.


DWR invites you to attend our FREE May workshop! 

Detention Pond Maintenance
At this workshop you will learn about the purpose and functions of your detention pond. Additionally we will provide helpful tips for keeping it maintained properly and even turn it into an attractive landscape feature. Attendees from Unincorporated Gwinnett County and the city of Lilburn may qualify for up to a 5% credit on their Stormwater Utility Fee for the following year.

Date:  May 15
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm 
Location: Gwinnett County Justice and Administration Center Conference Room A, 75 Langley Dr., Lawrenceville 30046

Pre-Registration is recommended for all DWR Workshops.  Click here to register. 

View or download the 2018 Workshop Calendar here.

DWR Events
Upcoming Events

May 19, 10am - 2pm:  Shoal Creek Open House and Festival

Join the Department of Water Resources for our free, family-friendly bicentennial celebration and tours of the Shoal Creek Water Filter Plant.

Learn about the water you might take for granted and how it gets to your home. Enjoy free food, kids’ activities, arts and crafts, games, and touch-a-truck. Staff from many County departments will be there along with community partners.

The Shoal Creek Filter Plant is located at 1755 Buford Dam Road near Lake Lanier.