- About the Urban Waters Movement
How EPA is working to connect community groups and programs that can help their urban water renewal efforts. Get started
- What Communities Are Doing
Current efforts and success stories from EPA's Regional offices and communities around the U.S. Read more
The U.S. EPA has partnered up with two organizations River Network and Groundwork USA to establish the Urban Waters Learning Network to create and promote networking, provide technical assistance and learning opportunities to 10 organizations all over the country.
- Urban Waters Federal Partnership
The Urban Waters Federal Partnership aims to stimulate regional and local economies, create local jobs, improve quality of life, and protect Americans' health by revitalizing urban waterways in under-served communities across the country.
- Give a Shout Out!
Give yourself, your organization or someone you know the shout out they deserve for helping to promote, improve, or protect our urban waters. It always helps to spread the word! Get started
- Get Connected with Social Media
Where to read about and connect with Urban Waters on the Web. Read more
- How You Can Help
Tips and methods for water conservation, avoiding pipe/sewer damage and keeping pollutants out of your water supply. Read more
Click on the map to get information about existing Urban Waters projects.
An Urban Waters message from former Administrator Jackson
Urban Waters Cycle
Urban Waters work supports a positive cycle that begins with connection to water, which builds community engagement, leading to water quality improvement and revitalization. Learn more.