Water districts throughout Texas share many goals and challenges. Directors must ensure that their communities receive safe drinking water, maintain operation in unprecedented circumstances, implement successful plans for public infrastructure, and stay up to date.
The Association of Water Board Directors (AWBD) offers water district directors and industry professionals – like engineers, attorneys, and accountants – programs and benefits to help deliver better outcomes in their districts
Keep up to date. Publications like the Quarterly Journal & Pipeline E-Newsletter provide important and timely information. From updates on legislation and industry updates to recaps of events, AWBD delivers the news you need to your door and email inbox. Find AWBD’s news on its website.
Grow your network of directors and professionals and knowledge base to improve your community. AWBD hosts conferences each quarter to keep members connected and informed. Guest speakers include top engineers, attorneys, water board directors, and consultants critical to provide directors with insights to improve their communities. AWBD provides on-demand conference sessions on its website.
Get up to speed. AWBD offers workshops and special programs to help new directors navigate their new role and learn critical skills, like cybersecurity. Whether you are new to districts or just want to learn something new, AWBD offers programs for every skill level.
Get a more informed perspective. The AWBD Geographic Information System Service (AGISS) provides “Find My MUD” and other tools that help directors and the public. AWBD uses AGISS and other data sources to provide directors, professional, and the public information and insights that help improve district planning, operations, and outcomes.