Memories carried by water drench our biographies and shared history. In this book, edited and curated by Moniek Driesse, the past, present, and future imaginaries that govern our relationship with water are permitted to draw maps that can serve as tools for urban administrators, researchers, and citizens who live the reality determined by them. With this approach, long-term memories carried by the urban landscape reflect into possible narratives of hope for the future. The focus is on Mexico City, where rivers have turned into highways and subterranean basins are drying out, presenting new dangers to the city. With contributions from a variety of experts and scholars in the field.