Imagine a Day Without Water is October 12th

Date: 
Thursday, October 12, 2017

We’re proud to join over 500 clean water organizations for the third annual, Imagine a Day Without Water, a nationwide day of education and advocacy about the value of water. We are partnering with Virginia American Water to bring you both a video series and an awareness event in the Carlyle community.

Our video series will feature water stories from community partners and begins on Monday, October 9, 2017. Our partners will share their stories about the impact of clean, reliable water for their business and in their daily life. We will upload one video per day leading up to Thursday, October 12, 2017. Stay tuned for this fun video series!  

Do you live or work in the Carlyle Community? Join us on the morning of Thursday, October 12 for our Imagine a Day Without Water Pop-up event at the Carlyle entrance to the King Street Metro tunnel from 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. We will remind Alexandria residents and area commuters about the value of water and illustrate the 100 gallons the average person uses each day by displaying two full-size rain barrels at the event.


AlexRenew's Imagine a Day Without Water 2017 Sneak Peek

If there was no water, how would that impact your morning routine? No shower, no toilet and no coffee! AlexRenew and Virginia American Water want to remind Alexandria residents about the value of clean, reliable water with a video series to honor the third annual Imagine a Day Without Water. Stay tuned for a video release each day.

Are you a local resident or commute through King St metro station in Alexandria? Join us on Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. for our awareness event.


Water Stories: 2017 Interview with Port City Brewing Company

We spoke with Chris Van Orden, Manager of Marketing and Beer Strategy for Port City Brewing Company about the importance of reliable water services in making local beer.


Water Stories: 2017 Interview with Alexandria Fire Department

We spoke with Rick Muse Jr, Firefighter and Public Information Officer for the Alexandria Fire Department about the importance of reliable water services in protecting our citizens from dangerous fires.


Water Stories: 2017 Interview with Homegrown Restaurant Group

We spoke with 'Mango' Mike Anderson, CEO of Homegrown Restaurant Group about the importance of reliable water services in the restaurant industry.


Water Stories: 2017 Interview with Sugar Shack Donuts

We spoke with the Alexandria owner of Sugar Shack Donuts, Rob Krupicka, about the importance of reliable water services.