ACWA Spotlight

Long-Term Water Conservation and Management Policy

As the state's focus begins to transition from the State Water Resources Control Board's 2015 emergency conservation regulation to a long-term water management vision for California's future, ACWA strongly... read»

ACWA Marketplace

The ACWA Marketplace is a new public directory for water industry-related products and services.

It is available to consumers but geared toward helping ACWA member agencies make informed decisions when purchasing new products and services... read»

California's Drinking Water

Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) finalized the nation's first drinking water standard for chromium-6 drinking water standard on July 1, 2014.

ACWA is actively engaged on this issue, including sponsoring SB 385 (Hueso)... read»

2014 Water Bond

Proposition 1 in Action

The $7.545 billion water bond approved overwhelmingly by California voters in November 2014 is expected to provide a significant infusion of funding for water projects and programs at a... read»

CA Water 2.0 Briefing - Jan. 14, 2016

Information and resources from ACWA's CA Water 2.0 briefing on Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016 at the Sacramento Convention Center.

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Healthy Headwaters

ACWA's Headwaters Framework "Improving the Resiliency of California's Headwaters" lays the foundation for future work that could have substantial statewide water supply and ecological benefits, while improving... read»

Statewide Water Action Plan

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»

ACWA Elections and General Session Dec. 2, 2015

ACWA will convene a General Session Membership Meeting at the association's 2015 Fall Conference & Exhibition in Indian Wells on Wednesday, Dec. 2. The purpose of this meeting is to elect the association's president and vice president... read»

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