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USGS Water Science Centers are located in each state.

There is a USGS Water Science Center office in each State. Washington Oregon California Idaho Nevada Montana Wyoming Utah Colorado Arizona New Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Texas Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Wisconsin Illinois Mississippi Michigan Indiana Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Pennsylvania West Virginia Georgia Florida Caribbean Alaska Hawaii New York Vermont New Hampshire Maine Massachusetts South Carolina North Carolina Rhode Island Virginia Connecticut New Jersey Maryland-Delaware-D.C.

USGS Cooperative Water Program

The USGS Cooperative Water Program is an ongoing partnership between the USGS and non-Federal agencies. The program jointly funds water-resources projects in every State, Puerto Rico, and several other U.S. Trust territories. USGS employees use nationally consistent procedures in conducting cooperative projects to ensure that all data are directly comparable from one region to another and are available from USGS databases for use by citizens, public officials, industry, and scientists nationwide. Ohio Agencies, or "Cooperators," that participate in the Program in Ohio are primarily State, regional, county, and municipal agencies with water-resources management and policy responsibilities. Find out more...

Fact sheet on the USGS Cooperative Program

USGS Cooperators in Ohio

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The following State, regional, local, and other Federal agencies have supported or are supporting water-resources investigations in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey in Ohio.


  • Denison University

  • University of Toledo


  • City of Akron

  • City of Canton

  • City of Celina—Water Treatment Plant

  • City of Columbus—Division of Power and Water, and Division of Sewerage and Drainage

  • City of Findlay

  • City of Fort Wayne, Indiana

  • City of Fremont

  • City of Newark

  • City of North Olmsted

  • City of Sharonville

  • City of Racine, Wisconsin

  • City of Sharonville

  • City of Toledo

  • City of Westerville

  • Cleveland Metro Parks

  • Granville Township

  • Village of Granville

  • Village of Ottawa

  • Village of South Russell


  • Clark County—Combined Health District

  • Coshocton County—Soil and Water Conservation District

  • Cuyahoga County—Cuyahoga County Board of Health

  • Defiance County¬—Soil and Water Conservation District

  • Geauga County—Geauga County Commissioners

  • Lake County—General Health Commissioners

  • Licking County—Health Department & Licking County Planning Commission

  • Marietta County

  • Noble County

  • Ottawa County—Soil and Water Conservation District

  • Ross County—Ross County Commissioners

  • Summit County—Summit County Engineer

  • Washington County


  • Eastgate Regional Council of Governments

  • Lake County Emergency Management Agency

  • Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati

  • Miami Conservancy District

  • Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission

  • Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District

  • Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District


  • Ohio Department of Health

  • Ohio Department of Natural Resources—Divisions of Geological Survey, Mineral Resources Management, Soil and Water Resources, and Parks and Recreation (Grand Lake St. Marys)

  • Ohio Department of Transportation—Research and Development

  • Ohio Emergency Management Agency— Mitigation and Grants Division

  • Ohio Environmental Protection Agency—Division of Drinking and Ground Waters & Surface Water

  • Ohio Water Development Authority

  • West Virginia Department of Agriculture


  • Department of Homeland Security—Federal Emergency Management Agency

  • National Park Service—Cuyahoga Valley National Park

  • National Weather Service—Cleveland and Wilmington Forecast Offices, Ohio River Forecast Center

  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—Buffalo, Huntington, Louisville and Pittsburgh Districts, and Great Lakes and Ohio River Division

  • U.S. Department of Defense—Aeronautical Systems Center

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency—National Homeland Security Research Center, Office of Research and Development, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and Superfund

  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

  • U.S. Geological Survey—National Water-Quality Assessment Program, Office of Groundwater, Office of Surface Water (National Streamflow Information Program), and Office of Water Quality

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