ABOUT WATER WEEK
Thank you for helping to
elevate water as a national priority!
With the continued uncertainly around COVID-19 and health and safety concerns being paramount, the Water Week partners made the decision to forego an in-person event in 2021. However, while we didn’t gather in-person, we worked collaboratively as Water Week partners to bring you an informative, engaging Water Week virtual experience that we hope was inspiring!
With much of the work of D.C. and Capitol Hill being done remotely over the past year, the virtual format of Water Week 2021 raised the profile of the water sector in D.C. and reached policymakers at a key time. Water Week reached new levels of engagement from across the water sector nationwide and lent our collective membership a strong voice during these challenging times.
There is a lot of buzz right now around federal water policy – and your continued engagement will be vital to advancing the water sector’s priorities such as increasing federal infrastructure investment, prioritizing water in any upcoming federal infrastructure bill, addressing water affordability, supporting water research & development, and making our critical infrastructure more resilient. The pandemic has underscored the critical role the water sector plays in ensuring the health and well-being for all communities, and 2021 will be a critical year for engaging with federal policymakers to advance this message.
Looking forward, mark your calendars for Water Week 2022, April 24–30, when we hope to return in person to Washington, D.C. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Joint One-Pager
America’s Water Infrastructure is Essential to Our Nation’s FutureDownload
The Congressional Toolbox will help you personally advocate with lawmakers.Visit the Toolbox
Social Media Posts
Shareable Social Graphics
Virtual Hill Meeting PowerPoint TemplateDownload
PFAS Fact SheetDownload
2021 Value of Water Poll
The Value of Water Campaign is pleased to share the results
of our sixth annual national poll of over 1,000 American
COVID-19 Financial Impacts
Clean and drinking water sector estimates of the financial impacts of COVID-19.Download
Affordable Water, Resilient Communities
NACWA + AMWA Congressional AsksDownload
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