Environment and Natural Resource Audits
The city of Atlanta under the Department of Watershed management has implemented Clean Water Atlanta is the city's comprehensive and long-term plan to ensure clean water for the next generation. The goal of Clean Water Atlanta is to create the cleanest urban streams and rivers in the country within a decade.
The City Auditor's Office has examined and reported an various operations that affect the this goal. We have also examined public park projects and the office of code compliance.
Below is a list of all reports within the Environment & Natural Resources category. Click here to see all audit reports.
- Department of Watershed Management Efforts to Reduce Water Loss - April 2017
- Watershed Inventory Management - September 2014
- Department of Public Works Solid Waste Safety Practices - April 2014
- Combined Sewer Overflow Consent Decree Impact - January 2014
- Water Meter Readings, Estimates, and Adjusted Billings - May 2013
- Water-Sewer Rate Model - September 2012
- Watershed Claims Review - March 2011
- Watershed Backbilling Audit - August 2009
- KPMG Audit of Watershed - April 2009
- Watershed Automated Meter Reading - December 2007
- Proposed Ordinance to Write Off Uncollectible Accounts - September 2006
- Consent Decree Monitoring - April 2006
- Billing and Collection of Water and Sewer Service Charges - November 2004
- Comments Regarding the RFP for the DWM's Customer Information System - August 2004
- Business Plan for New Bureau of Water - February 2003
- Daniel L. Stanton Park Land Remediation Project Follow-Up - February 2003
- Analysis of Private Operation of the Water System - January 2003
- Billing and Collection of Water and Sewer Service Charges - January 2003
- United Water-Atlanta Financial Reporting - December 2002
- Daniel L. Stanton Park Land Remediation Project - July 2002