As the Association kicks off its next fiscal year, we are honored to welcome seven new members to NACWA. With these new additions, NACWA’s membership as a whole is able to speak with a more influential voice on water policy issues, and can benefit more from expanded peer-to-peer resources. With the added support of utilities of all sizes and partners in support of our clean water advocacy, we can enhance collaborative opportunities and strengthen the impact that we, as a community, can make in our mission to elevate water as a top national priority.
NACWA thanks the following for lending their voice to our advocacy efforts:
Public Agency Members
City of Billings, Montana
City of Jeffersonville Wastewater Department, Indiana
City of Prineville, Oregon
Hannibal Board of Public Works, Missouri
Iowa Lakes Regional Water, Iowa
Again, NACWA is honored to have these Public Agencies and Affiliates participating in our advocacy efforts. Should you be aware of a utility or organization that would benefit from the peer-to-collaboration and clean water advocacy inherent with NACWA membership, please contact Kelly Brocato, Director of Membership. Together we will elevate water as a top national priority!