Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources invites you to join us as we celebrate a number of events around National Drinking Water Week (May 1-7) and Water Professionals Appreciation Day (May 2).
Great Gwinnett Wetlands • April 30
9:00am to 1:00pm. Show that YOU care about Gwinnett, our environment and clean water! Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful, in partnership with Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources, will host the second annual Great Gwinnett Wetlands event. These wetlands are connected to our streams, rivers, and lakes. By working together to care for and maintain wetlands, we help protect our valuable water resources like the Chattahoochee River, the Yellow River, and Lake Lanier. Learn how to monitor the water quality of wetlands and streams, clean up litter out of local waterways, and remove invasive plants that outcompete native plants and damage the health of wetlands. The event will take place in the Bromolow Creek and Wetlands Watershed at the Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful location on Satellite Boulevard in Duluth. For more information on the location and parking, as well as to register, visit: http://www.gwinnettcb.org/programs/great-gwinnett-wetlands/.
Shoal Creek Water Treatment Plant Open House • May 7
10:00am to 2:00pm. Get to know your water at Shoal Creek Filter Plant as we show appreciation to our water professionals and recognize the vital role clean and safe drinking water plays in our daily lives. This free open house will include kids’ activities, crafts, free lunch of hotdogs and chips, plus tours of the Shoal Creek Filter Plant. Gwinnett County water professionals will be on hand to answer your questions about the drinking water we supply to Gwinnett County, as well as any other questions you may have about water in Gwinnett. Shoal Creek Filter Plant, 1755 Buford Dam Road in Buford. For more information, please call 678.376.7126.