The City of Flint has announced they will host a public presentation on water issues this week.

According to a news release from the city, the meeting will feature information on water treatment, water distribution and steps being taken to ensure the water meets all regulatory safety and quality standards.

Of the public meeting, Department of Public Works Director Howard Croft says "we want the residents, businesses and visitors of Flint to know that the water in Flint is safe and we are working every day to make improvements in our system to ensure that." He added the city's goal is to "make sure we get people the information on our efforts and assure them that we are on the right track."

Joining Croft on the panel at the public meeting will be Utilities Administrator Daugherty Johnson and representatives from the Genesee County Drain Commissioner's office as well as the Michigan Environmental Quality and LAN engineering. Written questions from the audience will be collected during the presentation and answered by the panel after the discussion.

The public presentation on Flint's water will be held on Wednesday, January 21st in the City Hall Dome. It begins at 7 p.m.