Fire hydrants and water storage tanks are also part of this distribution system and serve important functions. Learn more Kalamazoo Water Facts!
At Protect Your Water, we believe clean water is a right for every resident of Kalamazoo, MI. Water resources should be readily available for every community member who cares about the water they use to cook, bathe and drink. Our goal is to educate the community about their groundwater and how they can take a role in protecting their water. We also want to help communities create plans to prevent groundwater contamination.
Explore the various links on our page to access different Kalamazoo, MI water resources. Contact us today to get more information about your groundwater.
Look no further for Kalamazoo water resources. On our website, you'll find...
- A list of Kalamazoo water facts that will keep you educated about your water
- Tips on ways you can reduce your water waste and keep your groundwater clean
- Articles about how your city plans to get rid of water contaminants
Be an educated member of the Kalamazoo community! Use our resources to stay in the loop about your city's water.
The Groundwater Guardian Program is an international program sponsored by the Groundwater Foundation that supports, recognizes and connects communities working to protect groundwater. It is designed to empower local citizens and motivate communities to take voluntary steps toward protecting their groundwater resources. Through Groundwater Guardian, communities bring business, government, educators and citizens together to work on the common goal of groundwater protection.
The City of Kalamazoo has been designated a Groundwater Guardian Community every year since 1998. To receive this recognition, the City of Kalamazoo has demonstrated a continuing effort in groundwater protection by sharing its expertise and generating local solutions to effectively address local groundwater protection priorities.
To learn more visit the Groundwater Foundation website.
All citizens of Kalamazoo County rely upon groundwater for their drinking water. Whether or not your home is connected to a municipal water supply or to a smaller well located on your property, you are drinking and otherwise using groundwater.
Stormwater is water from precipitation that flows across the ground and pavement when it rains or when snow and ice melt. The water seeps into the ground or drains into storm sewers through catch basins or inlets. The draining water is called stormwater runoff and is a concern to us since it can wash oil, grease, toxics, pathogens, sediment and other pollutants into storm sewers.
Protect Your Water runs radio ads and movie ads to educate those in the area and inspire action.
Protect Your Water is provided by the City of Kalamazoo to educate, motivate and provide water resources to area residents and anyone interested in protecting drinking water sources and/or improving surface water quality. Learn more about groundwater and stormwater as well as getting a understanding of Kalamazoo water facts.
We invite our professionals to review the groundwater regulations and stormwater regulations as well as the CCR Report.
Interested in educational resources for youth? Check our the games and tools in our Kids Corner!
Protect Your Water has the details to keep you informed about PFAS.