Glenn Page is a water resources and utility management consultant based in Woodstock, Georgia. He retired in 2021 after a 34-year career with the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority, serving the final 15 years as its General Manager. Before that, Page worked as a design engineer and project manager for two consulting engineering firms. He was appointed to the Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District by Governor Nathan Deal in 2017 and currently serves as its Chairman.
Page earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Clemson University and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a graduate of the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership and was the 2018 recipient of the George Warren Fuller Award for distinguished service to the water supply field from the American Water Works Association. Page also received the Elizabeth McEntire Award for outstanding service in water supply in 2012 and the Honorary Membership Award in 2019 from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals.
Page is a Registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Water Distribution System Operator in the state of Georgia. He is a member of the American Water Works Association, the Georgia Association of Water Professionals, and the American Society of Civil Engineers, and is a founding member and board member of the National Water Supply Alliance. He also serves on the Leadership Team at Sovereign Grace Church of Woodstock.
Page and his wife Joy have five children and eight grandchildren and live in Woodstock, Georgia.
Organization Type: Wholesale Potable Water Supplier.
Water Supply: Allatoona Lake and Chattahoochee River.
Population Served: 875,000.
Water Users: Allatoona Lake – flood control, hydropower (Southeastern Power Administration), recreation, water supply (along with City of Cartersville, GA); Chattahoochee River intake is downstream of Lake Lanier and is release-dependent, but courts have determined no contract for storage in Lake Lanier is required.
Total Storage Volume: 13,140 acre-feet.
Key Issues/Challenges: Accurate storage accounting, to include credit for State-granted rights to treated wastewater return flows and “made inflows” from an Authority-owned upstream reservoir; accurate, consistent and timely billing for contracted storage.