NRWA Statement on the President’s Elimination of USDA Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Funding

Please read the following statement from the National Rural Water Association.

Conference 2017! Sign up now!

It’s here! It’s time to start registering for our 29th Annual Conference held at the Hotel Roanoke! Click here for more information!

Upcoming Classes!

May 17, 2017 Gravity Filter Evaluation. 7 Water CPEs. Maury Service Authority in Lexington, VA. Members: $125.00 Non-members: $175.00. Deadline to register: May 12, 2017 May 23, 2017 Public Utility Leader: Conflict

New changes effective April 1st affecting Water and Wastewater Operators licensing regulations

Major changes have been made in regulations affecting water and wastewater operators and especially onsite sewage system professionals.  There is a link of the PDF of the Water and Wastewater Works Regulations for

Under New EPA, Rural Water Association Sees a Chance for Change

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VRWA Partners with iamGIS to Help Utilities

VRWA has partnered with iamGIS to bring to you a most user-friendly & affordable Asset Management Solution. Check out the attachments for more information or call Tony Shiner at (317) 665-1086 TODAY!

Conference Overflow Hotel Rooms

Sheraton Roanoke Hotel and Conference Center 2801 Hershberger Rd NW, Roanoke, VA 24017 1-800-325-3535 under Virginia Rural Water Association $129.00 ++ cut off – March 23rd Holiday Inn Express 815 Gainsboro Rd

UPDATE: Significant WWWOOSSP Exam Changes

Please click here to see the Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals’ website for the latest updates regarding the changes in the licensing examinations.

Circuit Riders Saving Money & Water in Virginia

Virginia Rural Water Association’s circuit riders are saving money and water throughout the state of Virginia.

USDA: $331 million investment in rural communities

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a $331 million investment in rural communities.

VDH-ODW: Tips for Avoiding the Zika Virus

The Virginia Department of Health-Office of Drinking Water has provided many tips on how to prevent the spread and avoid the Zika virus, both for yourself and babies.