Quality Is Important

We’re proud to provide you with the best quality drinking water.

Catoosa Utility District Authority was created in 1945 for the purpose of providing residents of Catoosa County with safe, potable drinking water. The District has since grown to provide water service to approximately 21,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers. The District’s service area spans 148 square miles and covers areas of Catoosa, Walker and Whitfield County, GA, along with portions of Hamilton County, TN.

Catoosa Utility District Authority’s Organizational Goals

  • Deliver safe, reliable drinking water to our customers
  • Provide fast and friendly customer service
  • Effectively work with local and state partners for planned growth and development
  • Maintain reasonable customer rates

Apply for Service

Request service with our new online request form.  You can also visit our office at 1058 Old Mill Rd, Ringgold, Georgia.  Office hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

Payment Options

Register for a secure online account where you can check your balance, view payment history, make a payment or set up recurring payments.

Why Should I Save Water?

Water Conservation Tips

``Water is life, and clean water means health.``

– Audrey Hepburn –

What Should I Do If ... ?

Just Moved or New to the Area?

Call us to hook up water service.

An online form is also available.  All forms must be complete and fees paid to activate service.

Sign up for Service

Do You Have a Water Leak?

Quick inspection and repair will save you money.

In addition to wasting water resources, a leak could cause an unusually high water bill.  Below are a few things to consider if you have a high bill.

  1. A toilet leak is the most common cause for a high bill.  A continually running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons a day.
  2. Outdoor or underground leaks can occur in hard to find places.  Check outdoor spigots, crawl spaces and look for abnormal wet spots in the yard.
  3. Also consider whether you have had a change in water usage.  It’s possible a leak isn’t the cause of a high bill.  Did you have guests, fill up your pool or water your garden during the billing cycle?

Can I Put My Bill on AutoPay?

Set up monthly automatic payments from your bank account.

We could all use one less thing to remember every month.  Set up convenient automatic payments straight from your bank account. Click the button below and follow the steps indicated.

Did You Know?

Drinking enough water every day may help reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer.