WYOWARN
 

WYOWARN

 

WELCOME

WYOWARN (Wyoming Water and Wastewater Agency Response Network) is a mutual aid and assistance network for water and wastewater utilities in Wyoming. These utilities cooperatively prepare for emergencies through mutual aid agreements, protocols, training and networking so that utilities can respond to emergencies by sharing personnel, tools and equipment.

Water and wastewater systems provide for public health, sanitation and safety. When water and wastewater systems fail, the well-being of communities quickly deteriorates. Without clean water and ways to remove and treat wastewater, communities become susceptible to disease and illness. The lack of water constrains emergency services such as medical response and fire fighting. Economic production slows. In these conditions, people become frustrated and fearful.

Restoring water service restores hope and the ability of a community to respond to natural or man-made events. The fastest way to obtain the skilled staff, specialized equipment or resources needed to efficiently restore water services is from neighboring utilities. Wyoming utilities already have the personnel with knowledge of our water systems, working conditions and regulations. They already have the specialized equipment needed for testing, pumping or repairs and may have supplies of pipe, valves, chemicals, generators, etc. in stock.

NEWS

Due to flooding events within Wyoming and Colorado, please be on alert for potential requests for assistance.

Free Emergency Training Class
MGT 342 - Strategic Overview of Disaster Management for Water and Wastewater
Cheyenne and Green River
October 9, 2013
8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Invitation Flyer - Green River
Invitation Flyer - Cheyenne

Free Emergency Training Class
MGT 343 - Disaster Management for Water and Wastewater Utilities
Cheyenne and Green River
October 7-8, 2013
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Invitation Flyer - Green River
Invitation Flyer - Cheyenne

Emergency Response Functional Exercise
Cheyenne, Green River and by phone, e-mail, web
October 9-10