About Water Week
Together, we can all help
elevate water as a national priority!
While the National Water Policy Fly-In has been cancelled, we believe it is imperative to move full-speed ahead with Water Week, April 26th – May 2nd, 2020 as a virtual event with opportunities to participate in a variety of ways, especially given the enormous national challenges we are currently facing. It is even more critical now for us to send a unified message from all of our organizations to Congress and the federal government about the importance of the work of water professionals, as well as the need for increased federal support for water infrastructure and sound policies to address our water challenges and protect public health. Given the current circumstances and the impacts many of our communities are facing, this message is more important than ever.
These details will come together over the coming weeks, but will include webinars, the advocacy one-pager and other joint advocacy materials, a communications tool kit, and facilitating engagement between our members and Hill staff here in DC and the Congressional Members back in their home districts.
Now, more than ever, is the time to highlight the critical role our sector plays in ensuring the health and well-being of all. We will strive to do so, with a louder and more unified voice this Water Week.
Future Water Week Dates
Water Week 2021 | April 25 – May 1
Water Week 2022 | April 24 – April 30
The National Water Policy Fly-In
Message from the Partners about COVID-19/Coronavirus
The Fly-In partners are committed to ensuring the health and safety of their members and staff. In keeping with the guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization regarding coronavirus, we have determined the best course of action is to cancel the National Water Policy Fly-In scheduled for April 27-28, 2020 in Washington, DC.
2019 Joint One-Pager
Water Week 2019 Congressional Asks and Joint Advocacy Efforts
Stay Tuned for the 2020 One Pager
PFAS Fact Sheet
This document contains PFAS issue background information and advocacy asks. Jointly drafted by NACWA and WEF.Download
Value of Water Poll
Fourth Annual Value of Water Index. Voter’s Opinions on Water Infrastructure.Download
Thank You To Our Water Week Partners
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