Public Outreach

We teach the community about the value of water. Request us to attend your next community event.

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We teach where water comes from, how it flows together in a cycle, and how we can all be more conscious of usage.

A lot of people are not aware that we are literally drinking the same water the dinosaurs drank. No one is “making” new water. Additionally, the population in the northern Fort Bend County area is growing quickly. What does this mean? It means we have the same water, but with more people. We can help educate the public about this precious resource, how it all flows together as a cycle, and how we can be more conscious of our water usage.

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Local Meetings

To bridge the gap between the North Fort Bend Water Authority "NFBWA" and communities, we are happy to explain the who, what, when, and why of the NFBWA. Request a representative from the NFBWA to come to your next Municipal Utility District, City, or Community Association meeting.


There is no better educator within our homes than our youth. What children learn at school or in public settings, they enjoy bringing home and letting the family know all about it. We really enjoy visiting schools and other youth groups to help spread the message. We are available to provide presentations, demonstrations, and administer activities, and will bring our free, immersive educational resource, the mobile learning lab when you request it. We welcome the invite and can even provide these opportunities via web meetings.

Learn more about our mobile learning lab.


Please fill out the following form to request the NFBWA Mobile Learning Lab. You will receive a confirmation of submission.

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Mobile Learning Lab

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