WHO are our municipal partners?

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) requires that all municipalities who produce polluted storm water runoff must implement storm water management programs with best management practices. One of these practices includes education and outreach programs to improve water quality by encouraging behavior changes in businesses and the public.

Respect Our Waters is funded by a group of municipalities who choose to increase the scope of their public education campaigns and by combining forces. These municipal funders contribute from all across Southeastern Wisconsin.

Bayside (Village of)

Bristol (Town of)

Brookfield (City of)

Brown Deer (Village of)

Butler (Village of)

Caledonia (Village of)

Campellsport (Village of)

Cedarburg (City of)

Cudahy (City of)

Elm Grove (Village of)

Fox Point (Village of)

Franklin (City of)

Germantown (Village of)

Glendale (City of)

Grafton (Village of)

Greendale (Village of)

Greenfield (City of)

Hales Corners (Village of)

Jackson (Village of)

Kenosha (City of)

Kenosha County

Menomonee Falls (Village of)

Mequon (City of)

Milwaukee (City of)

Milwaukee (County of)

Mt. Pleasant (Village of)

New Berlin (City of)

Newburg (Village of)

Norway (Town of)

Oak Creek (City of)

Pleasant Prairie (Village of)

Racine (City of)

Racine County

Randall (Town of)

Random Lake (Village of)

River Hills (Village of)

Salem Lakes (Village of)

Shorewood (Village of)

Somers (Town of)

South Milwaukee (City of)

St. Francis (City of)

Sturtevant (Village of)

Thiensville (Village of)

University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Waterford (Town of)

Wauwatosa (City of)

West Allis (City of)

West Milwaukee (Village of)

Whitefish Bay (Village of)

Wind Point (Village of)