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Securing California’s Water Future

Advancing “all-of-the-above” solutions to create a secure and resilient water supply for the state.

Comprehensive Solutions

Recycled water. Stormwater capture. Groundwater recharge. Conservation. Water Storage. Local water agencies are checking the box next to “all-of-the-above” to create a secure and resilient water supply for California’s future.

ACWA's Efforts

ACWA has been at the forefront of ushering California into a new era of water management and collaboration to develop a diversified, sustainable water supply portfolio for the future. These initiatives continue in multiple policy arenas. ACWA also works to educate Californians about the need to invest in the state’s water system to sustain and grow jobs and protect the economy through Clean Water and Jobs for California, a coalition of business, agriculture, labor, public water agencies and others.


ACWA Member Efforts

ACWA members have led the way in planning and creating drought-resilient water supplies for their communities. Over the past two decades, they have invested $20 billion in strategies such as recycling, local and regional water storage, cutting edge water-use efficiency, and desalination of seawater and brackish groundwater. Their efforts have effectively reinvented how we manage and deliver water in California.

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“California’s urban and agricultural water managers are united in their call for comprehensive, collaborative approaches that include a broad suite of actions.” Timothy Quinn ACWA Executive Director

‘Beyond the Brink’ Panelists Share Ideas on Water Education

by Will Holbert

Finally breaking the stalemate over how to secure California’s water future will require education, communication and compelling information. That was […]


California Water Efficiency Partnership Marks Official Launch and Evolution

by Will Holbert

The former California Urban Water Conservation Council began March as a newly launched and evolved entity that is now the […]


Special Screening of “Beyond the Brink” to be Held March 14 in Sacramento

by Emily Allshouse

In a new documentary by The Chronicles Group, Inc., Filmmaker and Producer Jim Thebaut explores society’s future in a world […]


Marina Coast WD Awarded $10.5 Million For Recycled Water Project

by Keith Van Der Maaten

Marina, Calif.– The Marina Coast Water District (MCWD) has received a $10,513,217 Proposition 1 (the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure […]


Priority Issues Bulletin

by ACWA Communications Department

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