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Notice to Our Members & Customers:
The Rancho Cucamonga office is now open to walk-in visitors. Masks are not required for visitors. The West Sacramento
office remains closed to walk-in visitors.
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CA-NV AWWA Spring Conference 2022 returns with theme, “Sustainable Water Through the Millennium: Leading, Educating, Serving”
CA-NV AWWA Board Welcomes New Chair, David Hokanson
The California-Nevada Section of American Water Works Association: Education & Advocacy for the Water Industry
(Municipal Water Leader)
Ten Students Receive Section Scholarships
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California Water Rate Setting Under Proposition 218:
A Practical Guidebook
A publication of the CA-NV AWWA Financial Management Committee.
ts, Classes & Exams
Emerging Trends in loT and Sensor Technologies
Water Use Efficiency I
May 13, 2022 - Rancho Cucamonga [
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Felicia James, Asset Management Lead
Carollo Engineers, Inc.
Being a member of AWWA has been an important part of my career from my first job after graduation in the mid-1990’s through today. Connecting with a community of peers outside of work provided me insight into the diverse aspects of our water industry from the perspectives of new entrants to 40-year career living legends. I particularly appreciate that no matter where my career has taken me, there has been a local AWWA section to be a part of. In addition to these connections, the knowledge exchange that happens whether at monthly guest-speaker events, conferences, or meet-and-greets early on my career path provided valuable examples of what it means to collectively contribute to and promote the work we do to deliver sustainable safe drinking water."
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