Together, we can all help elevate water as a national priority! 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 for Water Week. Presented jointly by the Water Environment Federation, National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the Water Research Foundation (WRF), and the WateReuse Association, it is the most widely attended national policy event for water professionals to advocate on behalf of clean water utilities. Together, we can all help elevate water as a national priority!
Registration for Water Week 2020 is OPEN!
For more information, visit this website: www.waterweek.us
As the Trump Administration and Congress continue to focus on infrastructure investment, PFAS, CWSRF funding and more- all bipartisan issues, it is crucial that policymakers hear directly from YOU about the challenges your utility, agency and community face; and that sound policy and robust investment in water are critical for all Americans right now.
Together, we can move the levers of power, and continue advancing water priorities on the national and local levels.
Policy Asks for 2020 coming soon! (You can view the 2019 Policy Asks on this page)
Thanks to everyone who participated in Water Week 2019! We had:
- 385+ ATTENDEES
- 270+ HILL MEETINGS
- 30+ PARTNERING AND SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS
Future Water Week Dates:
- Water Week 2020: April 26 - May 2, 2020
- Water Week 2021: April 25 - May 1, 2021
- Water Week 2022: April 24 - April 30, 2022
WEF, AMWA, AWWA, NACWA, USWA, WateReuse, WRF, and WWEMA have agreed upon these future dates.
The National Water Policy Fly-In is an opportunity for you to engage directly with Members of Congress, the EPA, and other federal agencies on the most important federal legislative and regulatory matters.
Questions or comments? Email: email@example.com
Value of Water Poll: Check out the Fourth Annual Value of Water Index. Voter's Opinions on Water Infrastructure.
PFAS Fact Sheet: PFAS Issue Background and Advocacy Asks. Jointly drafted by WEF and NACWA.
Photo Gallery: Take a look at photos from Water Week 2019!