The Indiana Department of Environmental management provides source water assessments on community drinking water susceptibility to contamination.
The Illinois EPA Source Water Assessment Program (SWAP) protects drinking water for more than 11 million people. This resource outlines the purpose of Illinois SWAP, the types of water supplies to be assessed, and the expected results from SWAP.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management conducts source water assessments for public water systems. This webpage provides links to access all available source water assessments for Indiana, which details drinking water sources and their susceptibility to contamination.
The Minnesota Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment promotes greater coordination among the state's water management agencies by establishing the MN Water Quality Framework, which outlines the collaborative approach among agencies and clarifies the different management roles of the multiple state agencies.
The Coastal Flood Exposure Mapper supports communities that are assessing their coastal hazard risks and vulnerabilities. The tool creates a collection of user-defined maps that show the people, places, and natural resources exposed to coastal flooding. The maps can be saved, downloaded, or shared to communicate flood exposure and potential impacts. In addition, the tool provides guidance for using these maps to engage community members and stakeholders. The current geography includes the East Coast and Gulf of Mexico.