NACWA was formed to connect, support and assist all clean water utilities and the communities that they serve, and its 50-year history has borne out the wisdom and success of that original vision. NACWA’s resources provide information and analysis as well as opportunities for peer-to-peer collaboration and connection all in support of member engagement with the Association.

NACWA Engage™

Join the on-going peer-to-peer discussion! NACWA's dynamic discussion groups provide the easy-to-use platform you need to engage with Clean Water partners, leaders and professionals throughout the country.

Membership Directory

NACWA's real-time updated, and searchable, directory is one of the Association's most valuable member resources, allowing you to make connections with other clean water professionals and leaders nationwide.

Clean Water Careers

Interested in a fulfilling new career in the Clean Water sector or looking to move up? NACWA's job board, specially tailored to find opportunities within our industry, is a smart place to start your job search. Tell a friend!


Customize your membership experience or simply fine-tune your profile. My NACWA provides access to your transaction history and invoices, lets you set email preferences and committee participation. You can even add more staff to your NACWA membership. And more. 

Litigation Tracker

Legal advocacy is a central component of NACWA’s mission to advance national clean water advocacy goals on behalf of NACWA Member Agencies.  NACWA participates in litigation nationwide to protect the legal rights of Association members, ensure the national perspective of the municipal clean water community is aggressively represented, and advocate for the establishment of sound legal precedent in clean water matters.

Consent Decree Library

NACWA’s Consent Decree e-Library provides the most comprehensive collection of municipal wet weather consent decrees and enforcement orders. The e-Library allows users to search for decrees by EPA region, state, or search term(s) and to access the documents in their entirety for review and analysis.

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