ACWA Member Services
As the largest coalition of public water agencies in the state, ACWA engages on an array of legislative and regulatory issues to represent its members and ensure California has the water supply reliability and improved water quality it will need in the coming decades. Read more about ACWA's legislative and regulatory efforts in the Advocacy section.
Outside of the policy arena, ACWA also has an important role to play in helping its members carry out their mission. The association offers programs and services that support member agencies and help them reduce costs, stay informed and do their jobs as effectively as possible.
Benefits and Insurance
ACWA members have access to a number of benefit programs, including health, dental, vision, life, employee assistance programs, long-term disability, and workers’ compensation insurance.
ACWA Conferences and Events
ACWA plans and executes meetings and two semi-annual conferences and sponsors numerous topic-specific workshops each year. Professional development programs and trainings are also offered.
ACWA Preferred Provider Program
Through the ACWA Preferred Provider Program, ACWA members have access to a variety of value-added programs and services, from discounts on solar panels to help with human resource services to insurance and benefits.
ACWA’s Classified Ad section allows members to post job descriptions, RFPs, items for sale and other miscellaneous ads.
Products and Publications
ACWA produces a variety of products and publications to educate members and other audiences on key topics.
ACWA offers a comprehensive recognition program honoring member agencies, lawmakers and other water leaders for exceptional service, achievements and contributions to California water and to ACWA.
ACWA offers scholarships for both graduate and undergraduate students pursuing degrees in water resources-related fields. Scholarships are presented each spring for the following academic year.
ACWA’s sponsorship opportunities allow organizations to partner with the association in presenting conferences and programs and gain visibility in the state’s water community.