Water Quality Improvements Lead to Mussels’ Return, Upper Iowa River Off State Impaired Waters List

DECORAH — The Upper Iowa River seemed an unlikely candidate for Iowa’s impaired waters list, noted for its exceptional water quality and stellar outdoor recreation opportunities. Still, native freshwater mussels were struggling to survive in the river – until a local effort stepped in to make major changes on the land. That effort was just

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NEW Snapshot Data Maps!

PSCW is proud to announce that we now have interactive maps showcasing our water quality data over the last 20 years! You can now explore the watershed that you live in and learn which Snapshot sites that we test every year near you. Click here to check them out!

Snapshot Data Maps

Click here to find statistical information about each watershed in Scott County! Click here to learn which watershed you live in, dive deep into water quality data, and view 20 years of water quality trends in Scott County! Use the worksheet below to get more familiar with the maps and how to interpret them.

PSCW January Board Meeting

PSCW’s January Board Meeting will be held Tuesday, January 14 from 6-8 pm on the 1st floor of the Scott County Administrative Building (600 W 4th St., Davenport, IA). The public is welcome to attend and learn about our plans for 2020!