The TCPWQ is committed to water quality and promoting stewardship of resources through partnership and public education.
As a part of a coalition of local governments' National Pollution Discharge Elimination Stormwater Permit, this website is dedicated to improving water quality in the Wabash River and the creeks and streams that feed it. If you are surprised to learn that you might be a source of contaminants, hopefully you will be equally surprised by how easy it is to improve water quality. Everyone can make a difference—homeowners, business owners, developers, and especially kids. You can make a difference at home, at work, and at school. Explore our Resources pages to learn about partnership programs, regulations, and ongoing initiatives that are positively impacting our local and regional water quality.
What is the Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (TCPWQ)?
The Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality provides education, information, and outreach to improve the quality of the county's waters. As of a coalition of local governments' National Pollution Discharge Elimination Stormwater Permit, we are dedicated to improving water quality in Tippecanoe County. The Wabash River, as well as all the creeks and streams that feed it, are vital to maintaining an environmentally and economically viable community. As a resident, business owner, developer, or educator, there are opportunities to join with us and enhance the quality of our water. Look for more information on how to volunteer, explore, learn, and enjoy the incredible water resources we have.
Contact us to learn about opportunities to volunteer, explore, learn, and enjoy the incredible water resources we have in Tippecanoe County.