2019 Water Week and National Water Policy Fly-In

PARTNERING ORGANIZATIONS 2019

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Go to NACWA

NACWA

National Association of Clean Water Agencies

Go to WEF

WEF

Water Environment Federation

Go to AWWA

AWWA

American Water Works Association

Go to US Water Alliance

US Water Alliance

Go to WWEMA

WWEMA

Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association

Go to AMWA

AMWA

Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies

Go to WRF

WRF

Water Research Foundation

Go to RCAP

RCAP

Rural Community Assistance Partnership

Go to APWA

APWA

American Public Works Association

Go to VOW

VOW

Value of Water Campaign

About Water Week 2019

Your best opportunity to influence national water policy in 2019 is fast approaching
Water Week 2019 is March 31–April 6, and its anchor event, the National Water Policy Fly-In, will convene April 3-4 in Washington, DC. As a new Congress takes control and infrastructure issues take center stage, your attendance and engagement are more critical than ever. Make plans now to participate!

Water Week is the only national policy event of the year that draws together water professionals from across the country to advocate for the unique needs of drinking water and clean water utilities. It is not only an opportunity to advance policy priorities for the water utilities, including greater federal investment in water infrastructure, but also to celebrate the role these utilities play in communities nationwide. The National Water Policy Fly-In serves as the anchor event of Water Week, but there are other events in Washington and around the country that celebrate the importance of water and water utilities. In DC, water advocates participate in Congressional Briefings on water and celebrate with Members of Congress at a congressional reception. Outside of DC, utilities in communities from coast to coast celebrate Water Week by hosting facility open houses or other events that highlight the important contributions and benefits that drinking water and clean water utilities provide to support their communities. We hope you can join us in Washington for this important week. But if you can’t and would still like to mark Water Week through events in your local community, please contact us and let us know how you plan to celebrate raise the awareness of water. Together, we call all help elevate water as a national priority!

Supporting Organizations

Sustainable Phosphorus Alliance

William J. Worthen Foundation

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