Overview of Ambassadors

  • Clean Water Ambassadors

    Community residents throughout Michigan are encouraged to serve as Community Ambassadors.  As an Ambassador, you can share your opinion and stay connected to drinking water related efforts in Michigan.

Become an Ambassador

Clean Water Ambassador Initiative

  • Clean Water Ambassador Locations by Prosperity Regions. Upper Peninsula: 5; Northwest Michigan: 7; Northeast Michigan: 3; West Michigan: 29; East Central Michigan: 4; East Michigan: 15; South Central Michigan: 14; Southwest Michigan: 11; Southeast Michigan: 20; Detroit Metro: 42.

    The Clean Water Ambassador Initiative is a statewide effort designed to improve transparency and communication concerning water quality in Michigan. Clean Water Ambassadors play a vital role in ensuring that drinking water programs and resources are accessible and effective.

    Clean Water Ambassadors help by:

    • Supporting drinking water efforts in Michigan by providing recommendations about how state agencies can improve education and outreach materials.
    • Spreading the word through social media and other channels about water quality information and resources available to residents in their communities.
    • Identifying communities with water quality issues that may need support with outreach to ensure that residents are aware of recommendations to protect public health.
    • Supporting new legislation that will help improve drinking water quality in Michigan by reaching out to their local elected officials.

    There are approximately 150 Clean Water Ambassadors across Michigan. Any residents above the age of 18 years old are invited to serve as an Ambassador. Clean Water Ambassadors have diverse backgrounds and lived experiences to ensure that our water efforts are inclusive and accessible to Michigan residents.

    This map shows the Michigan regions represented by Clean Water Ambassadors. Consider signing up as your community representative.

2021 Clean Water Ambassador Priorities

    • Increase awareness and transparency about drinking water quality in Michigan.
    • Ensure Michigan residents are informed how to report drinking water quality concerns in Michigan.
    • Support and promote policies and legislation that protect Michigan drinking water quality.

Upcoming Webinars

    • January 28, 2021
    • February 25, 2021
    • March 25, 2021
    • April 29, 2021
    • May 27, 2021
    • June 24, 2021