Sustainable Silicon Valley presents its seventh water event, WaterPalooza!, our 7th water event, on Friday, September 18th at Palo Alto’s Mitchell Park Center. Join recognized water leaders, high-profile sponsors, and upwards of 200 engaged attendees comprising an ever-expanding tent of thought leaders from state and local government, water utilities, regulatory agencies, treatment providers, facilities and landscape management, research institutions, science and sustainability, engineering and architectural firms, planning and development, tech entrepreneurs and service providers. And more!
We hope to make this year bigger and even better (if possible!) than 2019’s epic Rains to Bay, which featured the Pacific Institute’s Dr. Peter Gleick, Mayor Sam Liccardo of San José, San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine and many others.
WaterPalooza! will highlight the growing recognition of clean water’s elemental importance within our changing California climate. We will feature a unique combination of compelling topics, fascinating presenters and sparkling sessions on wise water use and reuse. So come dive deep, meet incredible difference-makers and have great big interdisciplinary fun all along the way.
Catch the Wave!