top of page

NWSA 2023 Meetings

Planning is underway for NWSA meetings in 2023. The tentative plan is to hold the DC Roundtable in early April. The meeting will be held jointly with the Interstate Council on Water Policy, with a slight tweak to the flow of the meeting. Next year’s meeting will be organized to allow each organization to spend more time on its specific business, but still provide some overlap to interact with each other on issues of mutual interest. Stay tuned for more details to follow as the logistics are sorted out.

For the NWSA Annual Meeting, the tentative plan is to convene in Denver, CO, in early September. The Corps Risk Management Center is based in Lakewood; the Center is responsible for dam safety risk assessments. In addition, reallocation issues are a focus for some Colorado water providers.

If you have any ideas or suggestions for meeting agenda topics, please contact NWSA Executive Director, Dave Mitamura, at

28 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

NWSA Board elections and Officer appointments

On August 23, 2022, at the NWSA Annual Meeting in Bismarck, ND, the membership re-elected three incumbents to serve on the Board of Directors for terms expiring in 2025: Dan Buhman, General Manager, T

NWSA adopts its first policy statements

The NWSA Policy Committee, chaired by Andrew Morris, drafted Policy Statements on two fundamental water supply issues: #1) recognizing States’ authority to grant water rights and #2) affirming that th

NWSA continues to grow; please welcome new members

Since the NWSA Annual Meeting 2021, held in Kansas City, MO, NWSA has welcomed seven new members, expanding NWSA’s geographic footprint and diversifying the types of organizations involved in Advancin


bottom of page