Congressional Fly-In


Water Resources Congressional Summit 

Drinking Water Week | Washington D.C. | May 7 & 8, 2024

Join WQA for its annual Water Resources Congressional Summit during Drinking Water Week.  This engaging two-day event, jointly organized by WQA and the National Groundwater Association (NGWA), will host several in-person activities to bring awareness to drinking water challenges and solutions across the country.

  • Day 1: We welcome you to the House Rayburn building at 10:30 a.m. ET for a series of educational briefings, allowing you to hear directly from policymakers, researchers, and other organizations working to address water policy issues.
  • Day 2: WQA members will participate in small group Congressional Office meetings where you will be able to meet directly with your federal representatives or their staff. Meetings will finish around 4:30 p.m. ET.

Keynote Speaker: 
Bruno Pigott

Acting Assistant Administrator,
Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water

Registration ($250) will close on April 5.

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The registration fee for this event is non-refundable. If you can no longer attend the event, please contact

Book Your Room

Phoenix Park Hotel

5220 North Capital St. NW
Washington, DC 20001

Single Occupancy: $299

Attendees may now book hotel accommodations by calling toll free # 855-371-6824 and identify themselves as being with Group Code: 25172 or Water Quality Association or attendees may book their reservations directly online and click ‘go to next step’ to choose your arrival and departure dates. A major credit card is required at time of reservation. Deadline date to make reservations is Monday, April 8, 2024. Reservation requests received after this deadline date will be subject to availability and prevailing rate.

Highlights from the 2023 Fly-In

In 2023, a record-breaking 38 WQA members conducted 59 small-group Congressional Office meetings – 10 of them with a member of Congress – advocating for the drinking water treatment industry, educating lawmakers about the importance of water quality, and garnering support for the Healthy H2O Act.