Cleaning Up Our Toxic Legacy: What it Means for Our Waterways Moving Forward´┐╝

Virtual Public Meeting

Monday, March 14   |  5:30 PM via Zoom

Did you know that 12 miles of the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic rivers will be cleaned up to protect our drinking water, lead to healthier fish and wildlife, and improve recreational opportunities? Join us on Monday, March 14 to find out why this cleanup is important for protecting our drinking water, how the contamination will be removed from the bottom of our rivers, and how the cleanup process might impact you. This community meeting is part of a larger initiative to clean up the Milwaukee Estuary Area of Concern (AOC).