New CRWD Office Combines Watershed Management with Sustainability: Take a Look
November 1, 2018Read More
As a public entity, CRWD is required to post public notices of meetings and decisions that impact the District. Notices will be posted here as necessary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual Public Meeting on Capitol Region Watershed District’s (CRWD) stormwater management activities will be held during the Board of Managers meeting at 6 pm on Wednesday, June 16, 2021. Comments can be given during this meeting or submitted in writing to email@example.com by June 23, 2021. CRWD will present 2020 activities and accomplishments and solicit public comment for future work. CRWD’s draft MS4 Annual Report for 2020 is available below.
Board of Managers Meetings
Capitol Region Watershed District’s (CRWD) Board of Managers has set the regular 2021 meetings of the Board on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 6:00 P.M., except where noted. Until further notice all Board Meetings and workshops will only be available via telephone and/or the web-based application Go To Meeting. Details on how to join are available on the meeting events in the calendar link below.
Community Advisory Committee Meetings
Established in 1998, CRWD’s Community Advisory Committee (CAC) assists the Board of Managers with organizational development, planning processes and program implementation. The CAC strengthens the connections between CRWD and District residents. Committee meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. and are open to the public. Until further notice all Committee meetings will only be available via telephone and/or the web-based application Go To Meeting. Details on how to join are available on the meeting events in the calendar link below.
Capitol Region Watershed District’s (CRWD’s) Watershed Steward Awards is an annual event that honors individuals and organizations that exemplify watershed stewardship through activities or projects that demonstrate a commitment to help protect, manage and improve our lakes and the Mississippi River.