DECATUR, Ga. – DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond announced a plan to resolve reported low water pressure issues in the Briarcliff and North Decatur areas. In July 2019, DeKalb County crews will begin work on a $20 million project that will replace seven miles of 60- to 100-year-old water pipes.
“Resolving water pressure issues in the Briarcliff and North Decatur area is a top priority for DeKalb County Government,” said CEO Thurmond. “DeKalb County is committed to fixing these longstanding problems and has directed significant resources to get the job done.”
The project will include the installation of more than one mile of high-capacity, 12-inch diameter water mains along Briarcliff Road.