Polluted stormwater runoff is the number one cause of poor quality of river and stream water in Northern Virginia that also serves as the sources of our drinking water. It is often the responsibility of local governments to clean up and monitor the health of waterways and to look for ways to prevent future pollution. Working together Northern Virginia, we can make a difference!
The Northern Virginia Clean Water Partners represent 11 Northern Virginia local governments, two independent water and sanitary sewer authorities, and local businesses that care about the quality of our waterways and the region’s quality of life.
Our goal is to work together to keep local residents healthy and safe by reducing the amount of pollution that reaches local creeks and rivers. We use educational advertisements, publications, blogs, and this website to alert the citizens we serve about how they can do their part — simple steps they can take to make sure there is enough clean water in local waterways for families to enjoy them and for fish and animals to survive and thrive.
Watch the TV ads!
- 2013 Rubber Ducks in the Neighborhood
- 2013 Duckman Every Drop You Lose Nature Finds
- 2013 Devil Ducks
- 2013 Dog in the Bathroom
- 2013 Rubber Ducks: Cleaner Streets Means Cleaner Water
- 2013 Rubber Ducks in the Neighborhood Espanol
Listen to the radio ads!
- 2009 Stormwater Bathwater Ad with Fertilizer tagline
- 2009 Stormwater Bathwater Ad with Motor Oil tagline
- 2009 Stormwater Bathwater Ad with Pet waste tagline
- 2009 Stormwater Bathwater Ad in Spanish – Motor Oil tagline
- 2008 The Call radio ad with Fertilizer tagline
- 2008 The Call with Motor Oil tagline
- 2008 The Call radio ad with pet waste tagline
- 2008 The Call in Spanish – no tagline
Are you interested in learning more about the Partnership, or how to become a partner? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.