Des Moines Water Works: Providing Central Iowa with Safe and Clean Water Since 1919
Be Part of the Next 100 Years
“Excellent speakers with quality information. This will help me be a much better citizen and advocate.”
– Patricia Prijatel, Drake Professor Emerita and health writer; Citizen Water Academy 2018 graduate
The first session begins on October 24. It coincides with the annual “Imagine a Day Without Water” national awareness event. Three additional sessions will be held on October 31, November 6, and November 13.
The Citizen Water Academy is a free, four-session crash course about the history, use and management of water in the Central Iowa region. The mission of the Academy is to create a network of emerging leaders who are knowledgeable and engaged in water issues.
Deadline September 20, 2019.
Des Moines Water Works is an independently operated regional utility providing drinking water to approximately 500,000 people in the Greater Des Moines area. DMWW is the largest water utility in Iowa, among the largest 100 utilities in the country, and is recognized as an industry leader. Our goal is to deliver Water You Can Trust for Life.