Liberty Regional Water Resources Council
Georgia is one of the most naturally diverse states in the country, ranging from the ridges and valleys of northwest Georgia to the marshlands along the eastern coast. According to Department of Natural Resources, more than 9 million people live in Georgia, which often creates challenges for natural resource management. Water conservation encompasses the policies, strategies and activities to manage fresh water as a sustainable resource to meet current and future human demand. Population, household size and growth and affluence all affect how much water is used. The Liberty Regional Water Resources Council is charged generally with the promotion, development, implementation, and delivery of coordinated and comprehensive water, storm water, and wastewater planning, in coordination with the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission, within the unincorporated and corporated areas of Liberty County, Georgia.
The mission of the “Liberty Regional Water and Sewer Council” is: to provide the forum for the cooperative planning and provision of water, waste water and storm water services for all local governments in Liberty County.
For additional information contact Nils Gustavson.