Empowering Communities To Shape Water Infrastructure Investments

Jersey Water Works is cultivating stakeholders to promote just and sustainable water infrastructure solutions that resolve their city’s combined sewer overflow (CSO) problem and also provide broader community benefits. We work directly in Bayonne, Harrison, and Kearny and we provide support for the Municipal Action Team Network for our partners working in other cities. To learn more, contact Mo Kinberg.

Connecting with Stakeholders to Make Water Infrastructure Matter: DC Water Workshops

In Fall 2016, the District of Columbia Water Department (DC Water), national leaders in stakeholder communications, were brought to New Jersey to conduct five workshops for New Jersey’s cities and utilities on how to successfully make the case for water infrastructure investment. Learn more.

Customizable Community Fact Sheets

Jersey Water Works has developed a series of customizable fact sheets for use by residents, local organizations, and anyone else interested in educating the general public on combined sewer overflows, CSO solutions and how to navigate the CSO permit. Learn more about the fact sheets and how to use them!

A Community Survey on Water, the Environment, and Infrastructure

Jersey Water Works and New Jersey Future conducted a survey of 1,175 New Jersey residents in November 2017 to get a baseline assessment of what they know and don’t know about the state of our water systems and what their concerns and priorities are about water, the environment and infrastructure. Learn more about New Jersey Opinions on the State of Our Water Systems, the Environment and Infrastructure.

Model Mayoral Proclamation and City Council Resolution

21st Century Water Infrastructure Mayoral Proclamation and City Council Resolution: Leadership from New Jersey’s mayors and city councils can build statewide support for water infrastructure investments to reduce flooding, beautify our cities and towns, protect public health and enable economic growth.



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