NWI Partnership for Clean Water

The NWI Partnership for Clean Water (former known as the Northwest Indiana MS4 Community Partnership) is a NIRPCmanaged public education and involvement program to help communities meet the requirements of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s (IDEM) Rule 13. This rule is an effort by IDEM, as the state’s permitting authority, to manage storm water. Consistent with other state water programs, this rule’s goal is to protect human health, aquatic life, and existing water resources.

 

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Partner communities:

  • Cedar Lake
  • Chesterton
  • Crown Point
  • Dyer
  • Gary
  • Griffith
  • Highland
  • Hobart
  • Lake Station
  • Munster
  • New Chicago
  • Town of Porter
  • Schererville
  • St. John
  • Valparaiso
  • Valparaiso Lakes Area Conservancy District