Roswell Completes Groundwater Well Project
The well is expected to bring an additional 360,000 gallons of water per day to citizens.
The Roswell Water Utility has completed its groundwater well project it believes will bring an additional 360,000 gallons of water per day to its customers.
The city held a ribbon cutting this morning to welcome the completion of the project.
The project built two water lines: one from the groundwater well to the water treatment building near the intersection of Highway 120 and Willeo Road and another to connect the treated water to the distribution system.
The city’s other source of water is Big Creek.
The new well is part of the city's plans to improve its current water system for the approximately 5,600 customers which are supplied water by Roswell.
However, the idea has been controversial and not everyone agrees with the improvements, calling instead for the city to get out of the water business and rely on Fulton County to supply all Roswell addresses.