Slide background
Slide background
Slide background
Slide background

National Rural Water Association through its State Rural Water affiliates is the nation’s largest water and wastewater utility membership association with over 31,000 members.


2017 Regional/Water District Issues Forum

This forum is designed to specifically address Rural Water Association Member Regional and District Types of System issues. Attendees will receive a personal briefing from the new administration leadership, key congressional staff and agency management. This is the opportune time to influence the new administration on rural water issues, especially as it relates to our regional and district operations that are atypical in governance, management and finance than large metropolitan systems.

training

Technical Assistance and Training

Rural Water is the premier trainer of the water and wastewater industry.  State Rural Water Associations train over 100,000 people annually. Rural Water training and technical assistance helps communities comply with the the Safe Drinking Water Act and Clean Water Act.  Our Association believes in empowering local entities by providing the knowledge and resources they need.

 

membership5-01

Support Rural Water

NRWA is a grassroots organization founded on the principle of neighbors helping each other.  Membership dues allow NRWA to provide critically-needed assistance to rural and small communities, and represent their interests in Washington, D.C.  Get involved with great people, stay on top of events that affect you, and support America’s water and wastewater professionals!  Become a member of NRWA today.

 

News:


NRWA Joins #RebuildRural Coalition Advocating for Investment in Rural Infrastructure

NRWA Joins #RebuildRural Coalition Advocating for Investment in Rural Infrastructure

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Rural Water Association has joined #RebuildRural, a coalition of over 200 organizations from across the country encouraging President Donald J. Trump to prioritize rebuilding infrastructure in rural America. “Those of us in rural communities have seen our infrastructure deteriorate, jeopardizing jobs, our agricultural competitiveness and the health of rural families,” the coalition wrote in a…read more →
Aspen Pines, Wyo. Named Nation’s Best Tasting Water

Aspen Pines, Wyo. Named Nation’s Best Tasting Water

WASHINGTON, D.C. – With a wide smile Mike Hoeft, a Water System Operations Specialist from Aspen Pines Water and Sewer District in Wyoming, walked to the stage and accepted the Gold Medal award for the Nation’s best-tasting water at the Great American Water Taste Test on Feb. 8. The Taste Test is held annually as part of the National Rural…read more →
NRWA Opens 2017 Rural Water Rally in Washington D.C.

NRWA Opens 2017 Rural Water Rally in Washington D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Despite on-going change and deep uncertainty surrounding the nation’s capital, the National Rural Water Association opened its 2017 Rural Water Rally on Feb. 7 with optimism about the success of their programs and eagerness to build new relationships moving forward. The speakers at the Rally opening included NRWA President Steve Fletcher of Illinois, the NRWA Legislative Chair…read more →
NRWA Announces New Association Logo

NRWA Announces New Association Logo

DUNCAN, Okla. – The National Rural Water Association has chosen a new logo to represent the association. New logos are also planned for Water University, the WaterPro Community and WaterPro Conference. NRWA officials will announce the new logos at the Rural Water Rally to be held Feb. 6-8 in Washington, D.C. The new logos will be updated onto the website…read more →