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The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) is the nation’s recognized leader in legislative, regulatory and legal clean water advocacy - helping ensure a strong, sustainable clean water future.

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NACWA Welcomes New Members! One Network, One Voice

NACWA is proud and honored to welcome its newest members for fiscal year 2017.  The Association looks forward to collaborating with these new members, telling their unique stories, sharing best practices, promoting their work and advocating for their public policy needs. Collectively, the Association’s network of clean water agencies ensures that the unified voice of our nation’s public utilities is heard.  The roster of new utilities, corporate affiliates and legal entities reflects the diversity of the association…

New, Enhanced NACWA Website Launched

NACWA reaches new levels of digital engagement, resource-sharing and peer-to-peer networking with its redesigned website.  Upgraded for modern functionality (including mobile), improved user experience, and enhanced resource usability, the new NACWA website is one of the association’s most powerful tools in helping its member agencies grow, connect, innovate and improve.

NACWA Announces Highest-Value Membership Offering for Small & Medium Utilities

NACWA debuts a special membership program for small and medium-sized waste- and stormwater utilities, which can now experience the full member advantage at a small fraction of the price. While the Small & Medium Utility Trial Membership program lasts, NACWA is offering two-year membership at up to 80% off standard dues rates! This value is offered exclusively to small and medium-sized utilities serving populations of 75,000 or less. Talk to a NACWA representative today!

Featured Event




National Water Policy Fly-In

With a new format and new price point (registration is only $100), you won’t want to miss the 2017 National Water Policy Fly-In. With a new Administration and a new Congress taking the reins of power, it is more important than ever that policy makers hear directly from YOU about the challenges facing your utility and your community.  The issues of infrastructure funding, affordability, and regulatory reform will be front and center early in 2017, and utilities nationwide must make their voices heard on these critical priorities.