Become an ACWA Associate or Affiliate

Non-public organizations that promote or support ACWA member agencies through the products or services they provide may join ACWA as Associates or Affiliates.

Associates

Associates include any private agency, corporation, association of private organization created and operated for purposes compatible with ACWA’s public agency members.

All associates receive:

  • Five subscriptions to ACWA’s monthly printed newsletter ACWA News.
  • Listings on ACWA’s Member and Partner directory and ACWA’s Marketplace.
  • One copy of ACWA’s annual Summary of Legislation. This publication summarizes all enacted legislation ACWA followed during the prior year.
  • Opportunities to participate in the sponsorship program.
  • Access to “Member-only” content on ACWA’s website, including publications, blogs and newsletters.
  • Discounted rates on all ACWA-sponsored events, conferences, workshops and webinars.

Please note: Associate term is based on calendar year (January 1 – December 31) regardless of join date. No proration of annual support payment will be applied.

Affiliates

Affiliates include mutual water companies, any private, nonprofit mutual water company or other private nonprofit organization created and operated for the purpose of controlling, treating, acquiring, using or supplying water for any purpose within California.

All affiliates receive:

  • Five subscriptions to ACWA’s monthly printed newsletter ACWA News.
  • Listings on ACWA’s Member and Partner directory and ACWA’s Marketplace.
  • One copy of ACWA’s annual Summary of Legislation. This publication summarizes all enacted legislation ACWA followed during the prior year.
  • Opportunities to participate in the sponsorship program.
  • Access to “Member-only” content on ACWA’s website, including publications, blogs and newsletters.
  • Discounted rates on all ACWA-sponsored events, conferences, workshops and webinars.

Apply Now

For more information about becoming an ACWA Associate or Affiliate, please contact ACWA’s Member Services Group at (916) 441-4545 or toll-free at (888) 666-2292.

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