AMWA conferences are premier opportunities for water system executives to gather with their peers to hear the latest thinking on water utility management practices and regulatory and legislative developments affecting the water sector.
AMWA’s 2022 Water Policy Conference, scheduled from March 6 to 9 in Washington, D.C., is the water sector’s premier policy forum. Water utility executives should save the date and plan to attend this event to discuss policy with authoritative Washington observers, develop insights on legislative plans from key Congressional committee members, and get an overview of the Biden Administration’s priorities and timetables from senior agency leaders.
The event will take place at the Hyatt Recency Capitol Hill, within a 10-minute walking distance of the U.S. Capitol. The conference will begin with an AMWA Board of Directors meeting on Monday, March 6, followed by general sessions held on Tuesday and Wednesday. On Thursday, attendees will have the opportunity to visit Capitol Hill to advocate for water policy priorities. The agenda will also include time for peer networking.
AMWA will make program details and online registration available by January 2022.
AMWA webinars are a great resource for keeping up with emerging trends, technology, and standards within the drinking water industry.
Browse all of our webinars—past recordings, slides, and upcoming listings—on the Webinars page. Many of our webinars are free for everyone, however some require a membership to view.
AMWA collaborated with AWWA, NACWA, and WEF on this webinar to explore the water policy outlook for Congress and the Biden administration.
View the recording and slides for Part 4 of the NACWA/AMWA webinar series, "Dealing with Disruption: Operationalizing Resilience in the Water Secto
View the recording and slides for Part 3 of the NACWA/AMWA webinar series, "Dealing with Disruption: Operationalizing Resilience in the Water Secto
Water & Wastewater Leadership Center
The Leadership Center is a one-of-a-kind professional development program specifically designed to increase the leadership and management skills among water and wastewater utility CEOs, general managers, senior managers and upper level management.