On Line Registration - Live Date

We are currently in test mode for our conference online registration.   Our plan is that online registration for the 2017 Conference will go live Monday, January 23 by 9 am,  CST.   A link to the registration site will be added at that time, along with a copy of the Exhibitors Prospectus.

Preconference mailer

MWEA/AWWA Conference -March 26-29, 2017

Below is the link to the preconference mailer with registrations forms for our March conference.   Once our registration goes "LIVE" later this month, we strongly encourage you to register online.   It is a simple and safe way to register.  Continue to watch here for the date.

The Exhibitors Prospectus will be uploaded when we are ready to start accepting Exhibitor Registrations. Don't know if you are on the Exhibitors list for the mailing,  please contact Ben Freese at freesebp@bv.com

2017 Conference Mailer  

Registration Form



Communicating with the Public About Water Infrastructure

February 9, 2017 - 2:00-3:00 PM (CST)

 The one group that all water and wastewater systems must report to on a regular basis is the ever-changing public they serve. Issues such as drinking water contaminants, algal blooms, and increased utility rates can put a community on edge. This webinar will address how best to communicate with the public in a way that will garner support and encourage public engagement. Participants will learn tools for communicating with their customers directly and through media outlets, as well as effective messaging for maximum impact.

 Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7322447653661851652



The next Board of Directors meeting will be Friday, January 20, 2017.  Courtyard Marriott in Columbia, MO.



DID YOU MISS IT?     It has been recorded for viewing!

Section Services Leadership Webinar: How AWWA Can Work with Small Systems

This webinar will be recorded and posted for later viewing on the Leadership Webinar archive web page on www.awwa.org. These webinars are part of a regular schedule of remote training sessions provided by the Section Services Group.      

 Respond To: If questions, contact Mike Man, Senior Section Relationship Manager

How AWWA Can Work with Small Systems.” Water utilities face unprecedented challenges as increased regulations and scrutiny draw attention to their operations. While larger utilities tend to be better positioned to adapt, small systems continue to have unique needs in this fast-evolving world.

In the past few years, AWWA has increased our focus on providing resources to help fulfill the unique needs of small systems through partnerships and newly available funds. From the EPA training to the updated “Let’s Talk about Safety”, we are making it easier for small systems to engage with AWWA on a limited budget.

Join AWWA staff and fellow Section leadership to understand how Sections can engage small system employees, communicate the value of AWWA membership, and hear about tangible ways to work with small systems.