Our Members

The US Water Alliance is the only national nonprofit organization with a diverse and unique membership base that represents the range of one water champions: utilities, public officials, the business community, environmental organizations, community leaders, policy organizations, and researchers. To learn more about the benefits of being part of the US Water Alliance, please visit our Become A Member page. 

We are proud to have the following organizations as members of the US Water Alliance:

Public Utilities/Agencies:
Alderwood Water & Wastewater District (WA)
Alexandria Renew Enterprises (VA)
Atlanta Department of Watershed Management (GA)
Atlantic County Utilities Authority (NJ)
Austin Water (TX)
Baltimore City Department of Public Works (MD)
Boston Water and Sewer Commission (MA)
Buffalo Sewer Authority (NY)
Buffalo Water (NY)
Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (NJ)
Cascade Water Alliance (WA)
Cedar Rapids Utilities Department (IA)
Central Arkansas Water (AR)
City of Austin Department of Watershed Protection (TX)
City of Des Moines Public Works (IA)
City of Richmond Department of Public Utilities (VA)
Clayton County Water Authority (GA)
Clean Water Services (OR)
Cleveland Water (OH)
DC Water (DC)
DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management (GA)
Denver Water (CO)
Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (MI)
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (TX)
Hampton Roads Sanitation District (VA)
Independence Water Pollution Control Department (MO)
Johnson County Public Works & Infrastructure (KS)
KC Water (MO)
LA Sanitation - City of Los Angeles (CA)
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (CA)
Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District (KY)
Louisville Water Company (KY)
Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (WI)
Madison Water Utility (WI)
Marana Water Department (AZ)
Metropolitan Council (MN)
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (IL)
Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (WI)
Mount Pleasant Waterworks (SC)
New Braunfels Utilities (TX)
NEW Water (WI)
Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (OH)
Philadelphia Water Department (PA)
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (PA)
Raleigh Public Utilities (NC)
San Antonio Water System (TX)
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (CA)
Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County (CA)
Seattle Public Utilities (WA)
Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (LA)
Town of Cary (NC)
Tucson Water (AZ)
Upper Trinity Regional Water District (TX)
Valley Water (CA)
Wake County (NC)
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (MD)
Wells Branch Municipal Utility District (TX)

Private Companies:
American Water
Atkins
Black & Veatch
Brown & Caldwell
Carollo Engineers
CDM Smith
Evoqua Water Technologies
Greeley & Hansen
Hazen and Sawyer
Jacobs
Stantec
SUEZ
Tetra Tech, Inc.
Veolia North America
Xylem

Nonprofit Organizations & Research Institutions: 
Alliance for Water Efficiency
American Farmland Trust
American Rivers
American Society of Civil Engineers
Association of Boards of Certification
Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies
Atlanta Regional Commission
Bay Area Council
Ceres
Clean Water Construction Coalition
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress
Cleveland Water Alliance
The Conservation Fund
Ductile Iron Pipe Research Association
Electric Power Research Institute
EJ Water Cooperative
The Freshwater Trust
Great Lakes Commission
Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange
Iowa Agriculture Water Alliance
Iowa Soybean Association
National Association of Clean Water Agencies
National Association of Water Companies
National Rural Water Association
Natural Resources Defense Council
The Nature Conservancy 
New Jersey Future
PolicyLink
River Network
Rural Community Assistance Partnership
Science Museum of Minnesota
Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association
Water Research Foundation
Willamette Partnership

Labor Unions:
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades
Laborers’ International Union of North America

University/Research Institution:
Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison (WI)