ACWA's Board of Directors unanimously approved a Statewide Water Action Plan for California on Sept. 27, 2013. Developed by a broad cross-section of member water interests convened by ACWA over several months, the plan outlines 15 actions to... read»
The water year that ended Sept. 30 may go down as one of the strangest in recent memory. Rain inundated California in November and December of 2012, but barely a drop of water nourished the state in the early months of 2013, making the 2012-'... read»
Water agencies and other special districts are considered to be among the most responsive forms of local government. But that doesn't guarantee the public is aware of the services they provide and the important role they play in their... read»
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has published a draft maximum contaminant level (MCL) for hexavalent chromium, or chromium-6. ACWA is actively engaged on this issue and is providing a number of resources for use by our member... read»
ACWA Region elections occur in odd-number years to elect the officers of each region. The officers shall be a chair and a vice chair and three to five board members who are elected by their region by Sept. 30, or the preceding Friday if Sept. 30... read»
With the peak season for electricity demand here, power grid operators, electric utilities and water agencies are teaming up to remind consumers that one of the best ways to save energy is to save water.