THIS LOCALLY FUNDED partnership was the first of its’ kind within the state of Indiana.

The ACPWQ focuses on these water quality issues:

  • Storm water
  • Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs)
  • Drinking water
  • Watershed issues

The Partnership consists of the following agencies:


Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District
  Allen County Surveyor's Office
Leo-Cedarville Utility

City of New Haven

Huntertown Utility



Fort Wayne - Allen County Health Department
Maumee River Basin Commission
St. Joseph River Watershed Initiative

 ACPWQ in action:

Dr. I.C. Coldwater after a presentation at the Johnny Appleseed Festival. Schedule a presentation or tour for your civic group or educational event.

Click here to view a video sample presentation.


 "A Watershed Mentality" has now received awards from the International Videographers Association, was a finalist for a regional Emmy and won the Indiana Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence in the category of Outreach or Participation.

Click here for more information.

ACPWQ is proud to offer Project WET workshops for educators in and around Allen County. This EPA grant funded effort allows the ACPWQ to provide workshops and we have purchased a Water Resource Education Library.

Visit our What's New page to see the latest ACPWQ news and awards.