Small & Medium Utility Membership

Strength in Community


Multiple venues for direct and digital peer-to-peer networking, national awards programs, dedicated staff and more allow you to choose your level of engagement and move your utility forward.

Strength in


As the nation’s recognized leader in legislative, regulatory and legal advocacy, NACWA is your voice to Congress, EPA and government agencies; and we need each and every utility’s voice to advance our clean water objectives.

Strength in


A wide array of usable publications, alerts, legal references and resources ensure that your utility has the tools to make the best decisions.

Your organization can experience the full member advantage at a small fraction of the price. While the Small & Medium Utility Trial Membership program lasts, NACWA is offering a dues rate of between $750 and $1,000 per year. This value is offered exclusively to small and medium-sized wastewater/stormwater utilities serving populations of 75,000 or less.

All utilities benefit from NACWA’s work, our vision is for every utility to be a member of NACWA.

Public Agency

Service Area Population Trial Dues Benefits
Less than/equal to 40,000 $ 750

Organization wide

40,001 – 75,000 $ 1,000

Conveyance & Stormwater Agency

Service Area Population Trial Dues Benefits
Less than/equal to 50,000 $ 500

Organization wide

50,001 – 150,000 $ 1,000

Membership dues for the Trial Subscription Membership are not prorated.

“NACWA was the voice for all utilities that faced nutrient reductions to protect the Chesapeake Bay…”

Susanne Lawton, General Manager
Jefferson County Public Service District, WV
Population Served:  2,100

“NACWA recently [addressed] a budget rider [that] could have cost Great Lakes’ utilities $70 billion.  Together we were able to significantly change the language…”

Todd A. Danielson, Chief Utilities Executive
Avon Lake Regional Water, OH
Population Served: 27,700

“NACWA has been our District’s voice in Washington for over 20 years... helping us stay ahead of the curve on regulations.”

Susan Tanner Holmes, Chairwoman
Central Davis Sewer District, UT
Pop. Served: 42,000