Sens. Ossoff, Warnock deliver $39.2 million through bipartisan infrastructure law for water infrastructure upgrades across Georgia
Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senators Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff delivered water infrastructure upgrades to Georgia through the bipartisan infrastructure law.
Sens. Ossoff and Warnock secured $39.2 million through the bipartisan infrastructure law to modernize essential water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure across the state.
The new resources, secured with bipartisan support, will help revamp water systems to prevent flooding, protect public health, and upgrade quality of life.
“Senator Warnock and I will continue delivering upgrades to Georgia’s water infrastructure, preventing flooding and upgrading quality of life,” Sen. Ossoff said. “Our bipartisan infrastructure law will deliver long-overdue upgrades to Georgia’s infrastructure for years to come.”
“Thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Senator Ossoff and I helped get done, every corner of the state will get a much-needed boost to its water infrastructure,” said Senator Reverend Warnock. “From the water our children drink to systems which prevent flood damage, these funds will improve public health and provide vital upgrades to neglected and poor infrastructure plaguing many underserved communities across the Peach State. I look forward to delivering even more federal resources from this law to benefit hardworking Georgians.”
Sens. Ossoff and Warnock brought Republicans and Democrats together to deliver these new water resources to the State of Georgia, which will then distribute funding for water infrastructure projects across the state.
Sen. Ossoff continues to deliver water infrastructure upgrades across Georgia. Earlier this year, he delivered water infrastructure upgrades to Thomson to prevent flooding and to Byron to upgrade drinking water systems.