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Stormwater Division Resources

Stormwater Utility

A guide to the City of Johns Creek’s Stormwater Utility program & fees.

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Pay My Stormwater Bill

Pay your stormwater bill online or view bills and invoices.

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Flood Plain Management

See how the City is addressing the impact of development on stormwater.

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Pet Waste Responsibility

Help improve our water quality and do your part in picking up after your pet.

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The MS4 is the portion of the Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) in the City that is under direct City control and ownership.

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Stormwater Regulations

Learn about regulations that have been created to ensure stormwater is properly managed.

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Water Conservation

Information about the importance of conserving water & protecting water quality.

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Stormwater Projects

Learn more about current and upcoming stormwater projects in the City of Johns Creek.

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Septic System Maintenance

Information about the importance of maintaining residential septic systems.

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Stormwater Utility Billing

Make a payment

Payments are accepted on the City of Johns Creek website, or you can mail your Stormwater check payments to the City of Johns Creek, 11360 Lakefield Drive, Johns Creek, GA 30097.

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How to Pay Your Stormwater Bill Online

The easiest and fastest way to pay your bill is through the Johns Creek website. Watch this video to learn more.


Every time it rains some of the water enters the ground, but the rest of the precipitation runs off over the land surface directly into streams, rivers, and lakes. This is known as stormwater runoff and the land area that drains to these bodies of water is called a watershed. (For more information, see Stormwater 101.)

If left unchecked, stormwater can lead to flooding and polluted waterways. Johns Creek shares the Upper Chattahoochee watershed with Fulton County and 14 other counties surrounding Metro Atlanta, all of which use the water bodies in this watershed for both drinking water and recreation. Everything that happens in this watershed – development, pollution, erosion, flooding – has the potential to affect the health and stability of our water, so proper stormwater management and watershed protection is essential.

To ensure water quality in the city is maintained and enhanced, negative stormwater impacts are minimized, and state and federal requirements are satisfied, the City of Johns Creek has developed a coordinated Stormwater Management Program using a variety of methods:

Watershed Planning

Using watershed as a framework for managing land use and developing large scale solutions to regional stormwater quantity and quality problems.

Development Requirements

Addressing stormwater impacts of new development and redevelopment through stormwater management requirements and minimum standards.

Erosion & Sediment Control

Controlling erosion and soil loss from construction and post-construction areas and resulting downstream sedimentation.

Floodplain Management

Preserving the function of floodplain areas to reduce flood hazards, minimize risks to human life and property, and reduce modifications to streams and protect water quality.

Operations Maintenance

Ensuring that stormwater management systems and structural controls work as designed and constructed. Includes the retrofitting of existing problem areas.

Public Participation & Involvement

Please see our Stormwater FAQ page for more information.

Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination

View more information on Municode.

Pollution Prevention

Please see our Stormwater FAQ page for more information.