Upcoming Classes!

VRWA has quite a few classes being planned in the next few months! Sign up online at our Training Calendar and earn CPEs!! September 22, 2016: Successfully Writing and Updating Your Facility Standard

Rural Water App Store

“There’s an app for that” The National Rural Water Association has partnered with Canvas to provide water utilities a platform for fast, easy, paperless form entry. Fill out water utility reports and

Introducing

VRWA introduces “RuralWaterImpact” to its members. Need a new website or just need to start one; they are the ones to contact. Let “RuralWaterImpact” staff work for you. It is simple and

EXPO 2016 Pictures

Click here to see some of the pictures we took at Expo this past August 16-18, 2016!

Significant WWWOOSSP Exam Changes are Coming Soon!

The Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage System Professionals announces major changes to the Board’s examinations.

EPAs Free GIS Mapping and Loaner Program

EPA can loan out a GPS and help create maps with a free online software.

USDA RD Classes

Rural Development/United States Department of Agriculture to sponsor two informational classes.

Distance Learning Math Course offered

Virginia Western Community College is offering a Distance Learning Math Course for Wastewater Operators this summer and need more people to sign up! Click here for more information.  

Conference Pictures!

To see pictures from our April 2016 Conference click on the following link: Conference 2016  

Draper Aden VA Grants and Loans 2016 Deadlines

Draper Aden Associates announces 2016 Deadlines for Virginia’s Loans and Grants Opportunities.  

VRWA is Tweeting!

Virginia Rural Water Association has created a Twitter account! Follow @VirginiaRWA for updates on classes, conference and more! Check out our Twitter page by clicking here!  

2016 Water Taste Contest

Town of Lovettsvill will be the one to beat! Water will be judged for taste, bouquet/smell, and clarity. Read More!

Henry County PSA Receiving Funds From USDA

The Henry County Public Service Authority (PSA) will receive $30,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development program.   Click here to read more.