Drinking Water Protection

Water Action Week

Governor Mark Dayton proclaimed April 17-23, 2016, to be Water Action Week in Minnesota. Throughout the week, Governor Dayton visited school classrooms, water treatment facilities, research institutions, and farms to encourage Minnesotans to learn more about the challenges facing Minnesota’s waters, and empower every individual to take actions in their own lives to be part of the solution.


Water Sample Collection


The Drinking Water Protection Program protects public health by ensuring a safe and adequate supply of drinking water at all public water systems, which are those that serve water to the public. This includes municipalities, manufactured housing developments, businesses, schools, and other facilities that serve water to more than 25 people on a regular basis.

The Urban Water Cycle
Interactive Drinking Water Educational Module

Training Calendar Link Source Water Assessments Link Plan review link Newsletters Link
Training Calendar Source Water
Plan Review Newsletters
Forms Link Brochures and Fact Sheets Link Feature Stories Link Drinking Water Institute for Educators Link
Forms Brochures and
Fact Sheets
Feature Stories Drinking Water Institute
for Educators


Updated Monday, June 27, 2016 at 11:32AM