The Allen County Partnership for Water Quality strives to promote improvement in water quality through collaborative education, engagement, and empowerment of Allen County citizens.
Allen County Partnership for Water Quality (ACPWQ) is a locally funded partnership and was the first of its’ kind in Indiana. The ACPWQ focuses on these water quality issues:
- Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs)
- Drinking water
- Watershed issues
The Partnership consists of the following agencies:
- Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District
- Fort Wayne - Allen County Health Department
- Allen County Surveyor's Office
- Maumee River Basin Commission
- Leo-Cedarville Utility
- St. Joseph River Watershed Initiative
- Huntertown Utility
- Allen County Department of Environmental Management
ACPWQ in action:
"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.