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One Water Forum | October 21, 2021 | Imagine A Day Without Water

The“One Water" Forum was a live and interactive broadcast with state and city directors discussing the importance of water and the need to invest in water infrastructure. It was a part of the October 21, 2021, second annual statewide Imagine A Day Without Water celebration.
  • Participants
    • Ernest Lau - Manager & Chief Engineer (Board of Water Supply)
    • Wesley T. Yokoyama - Director & Chief Engineer  (City's Department of Environmental Services)
    • Roger Babcock - Director & Chief Engineer (City's Department of Facility Maintenance)
    • Suzanne Case - Chairperson (State Department of Land and Natural Resources)
    • Christin Reynolds - Moderator (Director at One World One Water) 

Mahalo to All of the One Water Contest Winners!

The BWS thanks everyone who participated in our  "One Water Contest."

Winners won prizes from the following agencies by correctly answering the water-related question of the hour:

  • Honolulu Board of  Water Supply​
  • Dept. of Environmental Services  
  • Dept. of Facility Maintenance
  • Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency 
  • DLNR's Commission on Water Resource Management 
  • DLNR's Department of Forestry and Wildlife 
  • UH College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources

Click here to view contest rules for the "One Water Contest."

Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi & Hawaii Governor David Ige declare Oct. 21, 2021, "Imagine A Day Without Water Day." 

city proclamation imagine a day without water

governor david ige imagine a day without water proclamation

Participating State of Hawaii & Neighbor Island Agencies

state of hawaii
dlnr - department of forestry and wildlife
dlnr - commission on water resource management
kauai county
maui county
hawaii county

Participating City and County of Honolulu Agencies

city and county of honolulu
board of water supply
department of facility maintenance
resilience office
department of environmental services

Updated: 10/28/2021