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Cities Encouraged to Complete National League of Cities Survey to Improve Water Infrastructure and Policy

February 4, 2015
The recent droughts in many parts of the Western United States have raised the importance of local water policy and the urgent need to improve water infrastructure.
 
NLC-drought-monitor-map.jpgThe National League of Cities (NLC), in partnership with the American Water Works Association, the Walton Family Foundation, and WaterNow, is gathering information about how municipal leaders interact with their local water service providers.

If you have any involvement or interest in your local water policy, please take a few minutes to complete this survey.
 
Your response will help NLC and its partners better understand the level of knowledge and engagement among municipal leaders, at any level of expertise. The information gathered will help create new programs and resources that are more useful in your city and strengthen NLC’s advocacy efforts in Washington, D.C.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Cooper Martin, program director of the Sustainable Cities Institute. NLC would like to thank cities for participating in this survey.
 
Note: This data will not be used for marketing purposes and personal information will not be shared with any third party.


 
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