Communications Committee

ACWA’s Communications Committee develops and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors and ACWA staff regarding communications / public affairs programs to support ACWA and its members’ positions on legislative, regulatory and policy issues.

The committee promotes the development and implementation of sound public information and education programs and practices among member agencies. It prepares and distributes materials for use by member agencies in their local communications / education efforts. It also provides input and guidance to ACWA’s Communications and Outreach Department.

Latest News about Communications Committee

With the State Water Resources Control Board’s emergency conservation regulations now in effect, water agencies around the state are... read»
Innovative public relations programs and outstanding leadership in ACWA will be the subjects of accolades presented at ACWA’s 2012... read»
A new blog featuring water conservation tips and facts is now available on the Save Our Water homepage. “Words to Save By”... read»
ACWA has unveiled a new award recognizing achievements in communications and outreach among its members. The Best in Blue Award honors... read»
ACWA today presented the prestigious Clair A. Hill Award to Patterson Irrigation District for its Fish Screen Intake Project. The... read»

Latest Posts about Communications Committee

The Communications Committee will meet during ACWA's 2015 Spring Conference & Exhibition in Sacramento on Wednesday, May 5 from 3... read more»
Here is the agenda packet for the Dec. 2, 2014, meeting of the Communications Committee in conjunction with the ACWA 2014 Fall Conference... read more»
Here is the agenda packet for the May 6, 2014 meeting of the ACWA Communications Committee, held in conjunction with the Spring Conference... read more»
Here is the presentation on the social media landscape provided by the Glass Agency at ACWA's Communications Committee meeting May 7 in... read more»
Maintaining adequate fiscal reserves allows water agencies to plan for emergencies and ensure reliable service, while keeping customers... read more»