Save the date for Water Week 2024: April 7-13, 2024
Each year Water Week invites water professionals from across the nation to help advance key water policy priorities such as sustained growth in federal infrastructure investment, addressing water affordability, supporting water research & development and advancing sound science-based solutions, and making our critical infrastructure more resilient.
Water Policy Fly-In (apr 25-26) Stormwater Policy Forum (Apr 24)
This one-day forum was co-led by the Water Environment Federation and the National Municipal Stormwater Alliance (NMSA) and co-hosted by the National League of Cities and the National Association of Counties. Download the National Stormwater Policy Forum Agenda.
2023 Stormwater Recommendations
The two-day event will begin on Tuesday afternoon, April 25 where attendees will gather to network and hear from key senior EPA and other government officials. The agenda will continue Wednesday morning, April 26 where prominent Members of Congress will deliver remarks. Wednesday afternoon will be reserved for attendees to meet with legislators on Capitol Hill – which is once again fully open to the public. Finally, attendees will round out the week with friends and colleagues at the 2023 Water Week Reception.
The Fly-In is co-hosted by WEF, the National Association of Clean Water Agencies, the Water Research Foundation, and the WateReuse Association.
These infographics were created by WEF to be used in communicating the value of water and the importance of investment in infrastructure. They can be used as handouts during discussions and shared on social media.
How to Participate in Water Week
If you have any questions about Water Week, please contact Steve Dye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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